Sandwich Bars in Leeds
peckish? Fancy a coffee? Well, you won’t be disappointed
with the range of sandwich bars available in Leeds.
The regeneration of the city centre has sprung both familiar
and independent coffee shops offering tired shoppers somewhere
to relax, grab a quick bite to eat and rejuvenate with
a caffeine hit.
There are the familiar places such as O’Briens, Café Nero, Leos, and Starbucks as well as some stylish alternatives.
If you’re looking for a chic sarnie check out Qube
[map], which is situated on Millennium Square and offers
a wide range of baguettes, including essential varieties
like BLT and egg mayo.
For a real bargain check out Life Bar [map] at The Headrow, a cool club is a great restaurant by day
and offers some fantastic deals.
Staying at The Headrow, Browns [map] is a familiar name
for good value café and restaurant food and has
venues across the UK. The Browns in Leeds is located in
a 1930s bank hall and has impressive décor as well
as a varied and extensive menu – the perfect place
for a pit stop if you’re en route to Harvey Nichols
[map] and The Victoria Quarter [map].
Go alfresco on the terrace overlooking the central courtyard
of the Light.
Perhaps you want to start your night early with a visit
to the famous Queens Court [map] bar and restaurant at
Briggate. Before this bar transforms into a party capital
at dusk it’s a swanky sandwich and café bar
where you can enjoy spicy chicken wings and curly fries
as well as tasty tuna melts and baguettes.
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