Leeds recommends: Best place for a lunchtime sandwich



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Where is the best place in Leeds for a lunchtime sandwich? The #leedsrecommends community tells Andrew Hutchinson.

Responses via Twitter include:

Reed Education North ‏@ReedEdNorth. @AndyHutchYPN Brod is our favourite. Great choices

Maureen Benson ‏@benson_maureen. @AndyHutchYPN has to be @HayesSandwiches @LeedsMarkets they do fresh crab sandwiches, reasonably priced and freshly made!

Joe Lewis ‏@josebish86. @AndyHutchYPN @LeedsNews brod!

Al Campbell ‏@alastair10. @AndyHutchYPN @LeedsNews Appetite in Leeds City centre is excellent.

AB ‏@botzarelli. @AndyHutchYPN @LeedsNews Philpotts.

Daniel Herman ‏@DanielJHerman. @AndyHutchYPN Easy - get a Piadina flatbread @BottegaMilanese

Danielle Hutchinson ‏@danielleh160. @AndyHutchYPN @LeedsNews @ThePropSandCo Hot pulled pork and bbq sauce.

Responses via Facebook include:

Melli Louise Betteridge. BeanOnTheRun, Fish Street.

Michael Lofthouse. Fatsos and around the clock both make great sarnies for me.

Lorraine Richardson. York Road sandwich bar. Everything’s fresh and the homemade sausage rolls are yummy. I love it there.

Jackie Meston. Bean On The Run, Fish Street.Freshly made and taste amazing.

Tracey Hepworth. Brod in Leeds city centre.

Wendy Longley. Nosh on York Place.

Homemade soup, lasagne, stew, and dumplings, wedges, and sandwiches.

Matthew Watson. Appetite and Philpotts for me.

Cheryl Young. Charlies sarnie bar on Richardshaw Lane in Pudsey. Great sarnies!

Julie Foley. Growlers on Richardshaw Lane in Pudsey. They do amazing pork pies as well.

Amanda Allinson. Church Garden next to the St John’s Centre.

Charlotte Edmondson. Carols on Town Street in Bramley.

Andrea Laurenson. Fatsos

David Mays. Brød!

Christine Walker. Coopers Coffee Shop in Farsley.

Sean Greenish. Brod sandwich shop behind Leeds Town Hall. Jerk chicken is amazing!

Liz Carnell. I used to like the radioactive lemon doughnuts from Greggs. Best doughnuts I ever tasted!

‘Webby’ Matthew Webster. Charlottes.

Jimmy Blue. Brod sarnie shop is really good in the city centre.

Lisa Mc. Bean On The Run, Fish Street.

Date: 23rd March 2017.
Picture James Hardisty
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