Right at the corner of D block, towards the middle-circle, this outlet just has enough space to display all of Theobroma's offerings. A little staircase beside the ground-floor counter opens up to an attic-sized dining room. It will seat about half-a-dozen and feels cute, rather than cramped, with signature toothpaste-mint and white décor. Table service includes savouries and sweets from the counter and, unexpectedly good breakfast staples from the kitchen. A glass of 'Hot Chocolate' was satisfyingly intense, frothy and sweetened with restraint. The 'sugar-free Iced Tea' was refreshing and fruity. My 'Eggs Benedict' was masterfully executed with perfectly poached eggs, that oozed sunset-yellow yolks, and ham resting on toasted 'English Muffins', buttered and then smeared with hollandaise and a bit of homemade mustard-mayonnaise. It was served with cubes of fried mashed potatoes, crunchy on the outside and peppery on the inside. The 'Chip Butty' is rendered as delicious and full-bodied as it ever was – fluffy sesame-crusted buns holding fresh fries, shredded chicken, cheese and mustard-mayonnaise. It has maybe as much calorie and satisfaction per square inch, as this branch of Theobroma.