They do have a Cornish pastie place. Which I suppose is nice. However, it proudly says on the wall that their food is prepared in Cornwall. This is supposed to make the food more attractive. How? How is this a good thing? Are there some kind of magical fairies that sprinkle pixie dust on food prepared in that part of the West-County, making it taste far, far better than any place else? Because that's the only reason I can think of to suggest that food prepared hundreds of miles away, frozen, and then shipped into London is in any way better than food prepared fresh and locally. The fact that you make this stuff in Cornwall is bad, not good.
In a similar vein, a little while ago I was at the milkshake place at the Galleria. I looked up at the menu and noticed they had creatine and protean powder available. I thought I'd treat myself to one. So sorry, I was told, but they no longer offer creatine. Confused I asked why not. It turned out that a few weeks earlier someone had said that creatine could actually be bad for a persons health. And so the manager had decided to withdraw it. I nodded, having researched the possible risks myself. I then pointed at the entire wall of sweets, biscuits, cakes and pure sugars, all of which were just waiting to be blended with ice cream and fed to any member of the public who happened by and asked for it. I asked if they had ever heard of the health risks of excessive sugar consumption and it's link to diabetes and could they please pass on my concerns to the manager. They said they would. I left with a knowing smile, but no milkshake.