Leeds recommends: Best place for a lunchtime sandwich

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Where and why is the best place for a lunchtime sandwich in Leeds? The #leedsrecommends community gave their suggestions to Lucinda Abbott.

Responses via Facebook include:

Sharon Richardson. For a takeaway sandwich and tea/coffee the best in Leeds is Armitages on Domestic Street. Very friendly staff too.

Michelle Burns. www.countrycrust.co.uk. Made fresh in front of you, loads of choice, hot and cold sandwiches. Bread buns are baked fresh daily by a local baker. Cafe has 5 stars from the FSA.

Rick Poppa. Has to be Haley and Clifford’s on Street Lane.

Lou Logan-Yates. Mochaccinos, Otley Old Road, Leeds 16! Great value for money and butties stuffed full of fillings!

Phil Lai. Stephensons Butchers... Try their freshly sliced ham sandwiches! www.stephensonsbutchers.co.uk.

Joe Booth. Cafe Leep on Roundhay Road opposite the old Thomas Danby College. Cheap, friendly and a GREAT menu.

Nathan Medley. I like that place that used to be Greggs on the corner of South Parade opposite the Town Hall/Library, Lovely small business, friendly owners and lovely food. They even do food to reheat in the office!

Lisa N Archie. #Leedsrecommends #Cooplands at the Arndale centre - only take cash but their sandwiches are BEAUT. Freshest bread and ingredients. And not overpriced.

Carolyn Riley. My house, always cheap and cheerful!

Mark Harsley. There’s only one place that needs mentioning, nothing else compares...www.brodsandwichbar.co.uk.

Anna Simmons. Graze on Call Lane - good breakfast sandwiches too.

Gerri Baker. Whiteley’s, Woodhouse Street.

Chris Binns. Dom’s Diner, New Road Side, Horsforth.

Leanne Boyle. Fatso’s.

Gemma Lofthouse. Appetite!

Kelly Stephenson. Thomas Dawes & Son, Belle Isle.

Jessica Kemp. Greggs.

Lisaa Gamble. FATSO’S!!!

Kara Moran. Flavours Cafe x

Michael Gwynn Hawksworth. Village Bakery.

Emma Clare Schroeder. Tribeca.

Robert New Duncan. M.R. Spence. 8 Barwick Rd, Leeds LS15 7QG.

Charlotte Edmondson. Carols on Town Street in Bramley.

Cheryl Young. Charlie’s sarnie bar on Richardshaw Lane in Pudsey. Great sarnies!

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

Wendy Longley. Nosh on York Place. Homemade soup, lasagne, stew and dumplings, wedges, and sandwiches.

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

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