Stoked is one of those places that opens up for breakfast and goes all the way up to dinner. This means that you can drop in anytime hunger pangs strike. My lunchtime visit saw us eat quite a bit because it was quite literally brunch for us. The garlic bread here is nice pizza like thick, slices that are loaded with grilled garlic, Italian seasoning and butter. They offer wood fire pizzas in thin crust and their Uncle Porkster, while not really pepperoni in the true sense, is a really delicious one. The slices of salami are quite generous. The Spaghetti Arrabiata is an interesting dish with a tangy sauce, lots of prawns (as an add-on), generous shavings of cheese and olives. The Penne Carbonara uses some good quality bacon and here too they do not skimp on things. Pita pockets are a rarely seen in restaurants, but Stoked has quite a selection. Their Figs and Smoked Ham get two thumbs up! They also have a substantial selection of sweet treats from croissants to crepes to pancakes and waffles. So if an indulgent meal is what you are looking for, Stoked is the place to be.