The pies are good - and reasonably priced, too.
A noteworthy thing after some aptly named goon wanted a fiver for a hot-dog at the Emirates.
This isn't so much a match report - since there was barely a match to report on - as some questions.
Playing against a defence entirely made up of tall blokes, why was Everton's main tactic to lump it up to Tim, who's then supposed to flick it on to Louis?
In fairness to both players it's hardly a recipe to keep possession of the ball; and as the lumping forward bypasses Ossie, Peanuts, Landon - all of whom have good first touch and are more likely to retain the ball than off Tim's head - I wasn't surprised that a fair few blues around me got frustrated.
Plus, if we lose the ball that quickly - which we did a fair bit - it means Ossie, Peanuts and Landon are now supposed to tackle and win it back - any surprise two of them got booked for clumsy efforts in that department?
I was never a great fan of Lucas Neill's - but not only did we seem to get the best of him - it was great - that's GREAT - to see an Everton centre-half bringing the ball out of defence and looking to play it On The Deck.
The other glaring thing lacking on Saturday was tempo - and in his absence it's clear to see what major asset Arteta brings to the squad - first-time passing.
On that basis we should seriously consider the positivity of Seamus getting a proper run out at right full back - putting the skipper alongside Fellaini - where his (Phil's) capacity to pass quickly will also guarantee some pace in our attacks.
If we play at that pace against The Shite and Chelsea and Manure we'll be lost.
If we put the ball down and trust our boys to pass to each other, we can make proper chances for a striker as good as Saha.
We've shown just recently that we can run and pass a load of sky-blue mercenaries off the pitch - and didn't it look like the players were enjoying it, too?
Some tempo, some urgency, some trust in our touch players and there's still loads to play for this season.
From one of a very rare species - A Royal Blue Mank! George