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GO Sandwich Bars in South East London

Sandwich bars in South East London As with most British locations, South East London is now brimming with thousands of places to enjoy a coffee and a sandwich, but why stick with the reliable venues like Costa Coffee and Starbucks when you could be enjoying something new in one of the areas independent shops?

Choose from a selection of bread and ingredients from across the globe and long lists of exotic-sounding coffee and tea.

Café One Seven is located in The Jerwood Space [map], Union Street and provides customers with a great range of exotic sandwiches, snacks and beverages to eat in or take away. There’s also a garden for some al fresco relaxing.

With one of the best names in the area, The Giggling Sausages [map], is a traditional British café at Great Suffolk Street. If you’re looking for a hot bacon sandwich or sausage and tomato bap, this is the ideal place to visit.

Choose from two cafés at The Tate Modern [map], Sumner Street, over on the Southbank. Both offer the same kind of quality and a range of sandwiches and hearty snacks. Café 7 offers fantastic views in one direction whilst Café 2 looks over the Thames.

Café Brood [map], Green Dragon Court, is a relaxing place offering a range of classic sandwiches and wraps.

For Turkish snacks to eat in or takeaway try the light and modern Tas Café [map], Borough High Street. With a good selection of baked potatoes, falafel, and a great vegetarian menu, this is also the perfect place to enjoy some traditional Turkish coffee.

Check for essential emails at The Surf Net Café [map], Deptford Church Street. This is the ideal place to socialise, surf the net and enjoy a snack or beverage from an extensive menu.

If you’re looking for something more filling than a sandwich and have a couple of hours to kill check out The Borough Café [map], Park Street.

You can choose from the usual sandwich suspects but this café has earned its reputation from its famous Bubble and Squeak, a traditional dish that visitors from further afield should definitely try, and its vegetarian offerings.

Finally, if you’re tired of the whole “coffee shop scene” perhaps it’s time you introduced yourself to a London tradition. There are plenty of pie and mash shops in the area. Try Hobbs Pie and Mash [map], Bedale Street, for the authentic experience.

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