Although it officially launches on 15 April, The Monocle Cafe in Marylebone opened its doors today. This is the second Cafe from Monocle, the first one opened in Tokyo 18 months ago. Small but perfectly formed, the design and execution is just what you'd expect from Monocle. Beautiful use of wood, great lighting and a cosy lounge at the back. There's Monocle 24 TV playing and copies of Monocle magazine to browse. Decor is completed by original artwork from Virge Brûlé. A downstairs room, set up for use as either extra cafe seating or a room for hire, is furnished with vintage Ercol. Come summer, the few tables outside will be favourites on this street with its eclectic mix of independent shops. Pastries and buns are being supplied by Swedish bakery Fabrique. Allpress coffee was expertly made and cakes by the impressive Masayuki Hara of Lanka were delicious and, of course, service was attentive.