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Sandwich bars in Birmingham Take a break from the shopping or an extra long lunch hour and pop into one of the great sandwich bars in Birmingham.

There’s plenty of tasty fayre available from the various coffee shops in the city centre, including O’Briens, Starbucks, and Café Nero. Here you’ll find some delicious and unusual sandwiches, the kind of which have made such places real institutions.

Be one of the cool kids and book your table for lunch at Bank [map], Brindleyplace. Mingle in the chic surroundings and choose from a delicious menu that contains plenty of sandwiches made using organic ingredients and homemade bread.

Staying in Brindleyplace, Café Ikon [map] is another high quality venue that produces cuisine with a distinctly Spanish theme. The light and airy interior provides a welcome retreat from the busy shopping district close by. Choose from a menu that includes dozens of tapas choices such as pepper and anchovies, and bread and oil.

The Plough [map], High Street, Harborne, is a relaxed pub venue that offers some excellent value for money sandwiches of a traditional variety. You can also order “the ultimate chip buttie” here that’s made with The Plough’s own thickly cut chips and warm soft bread.

Go for the unhealthy choice and visit Mr Egg [map], Hurst Street. Here you’ll find all the greasiest and yet, tastiest food in the area. This café does what it says on the tin and serves eggs any way you want them so whether you favour sunny side up, scrambled or poached you’ll find it all here.

Head over to Solihull for a scenic sandwich at The Wharf Tavern [map] which is located beside the canal at Hockley Heath. Aside from the draw of the scenic location you’ll also find a great ploughman’s lunch and a range of traditional pub-style cuisine.

The Cross Café Bar [map], Alcester Road, Moseley, is a Mediterranean-style venue that offers a range of international dishes and snacks.
Take the weight off your feet and watch the world go by as you pull up a chair on the pavement and enjoy some al fresco dining on a sunny afternoon.

Combine your lunch with a real cultural experience and pay a visit to St Martin’s Arts Café Bar [map], St Martins Centre, Bull Ring. Right in the heart of the enormous Bull Ring shopping complex St Martin’s Arts Café Bar offers a range of ciabatta and granary rolls as well as some excellent and unusual fillings.

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