On our way to the Fashion and Textiles Museum, we visited the hole in the wall that sells St John's doughnuts in London Bridge.
There are moments when you know you've been in London too long and have turned in to the kind of yuppie that you scoffed at, growing up in a Midlands town in the 90s.
That moment was paying £2.70 for one doughnut.
I'd get knocked into next week if I went back to my hometown and told people I'd spent £2.70 on one doughnut.
It was a very good doughnut. And eating it straight from a brown paper St John bag lent its own rustic charm.