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
Café One Seven is located in The Jerwood
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
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
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
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],
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
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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