Sandwich Bars in Nottingham
|| If you’re
on the move or just feeling a little bit peckish then
pay a visit to one of Nottingham’s sandwich bars
and take time out to recharge your batteries. Whether
you want a luxury coffee, a midday snack or afternoon
tea, they are all catered for in the city centre.
Shoppers who need a rest should head to The Cosy Teapot
Cafe [map] on Carrington Street, which has a great selection
of sandwiches, soups and homemade lunches.
Another traditional cafe worth trying is Macmarriotts
Cafe [map] on Heathcote Street, while the city’s
tasty sandwich bars include the Hockley Snack Bar [map] on
Carlton Street and the Fresco Sandwich Bar [map] on Hounds Gate.
If you’re looking for cool food in a chic eatery
then why not try Shaw’s Cafe Bar [map] on Broad
Street in the heart of Nottingham city centre.
Here you’ll get a great selection of foods from
quick snacks to main courses, which are served all
day long with a range of coffees, teas and soft drinks.
Another favourite with tourists and locals alike is O’Brien’s
Irish Sandwich Bar [map], which is part of a national chain
and has two branches in Nottingham, on Upper Parliament
Street and Wheelergate. The menu includes
a range of tasty sandwiches, such as the Chicken
and Bacon Tripledecker and Turkey and Berry Chutney, along
with great soups and Irish stew, and scrumptious bagels.
Finally, for a little 21st century culture why not head
to an Internet cafe such as the Mouseroom Cafe/Bar [map] on Heathcoat Street in the trendy Lace Market area. Here you’ll find 20 networked computers
with high speed Internet access set within a stylish and
high street bar and restaurant, offering snacks, coffees
and teas, and alcoholic drinks.
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