January 24, 2013 Breakfast, Take Away, West End 2 Comments

I was in something of a hurry, this morning, so decided the best way to start the day was to indulge in a quick fly-by visit to Sandwich Culture, on Haymarket Terrace.

Exterior

I’ve been doing a few more breakfast quests, of late, mainly to encompass some places in the west of the city that are just a little bit too far away from my office for lunch opportunities. Sandwich Culture is right in between my abode and Haymarket station, so has been an occasional stop-off, down the years, when I required something to munch on a westward train.

With just a couple of tables, and a little shelf space for sit-in diners, the place is predominantly a takeout spot. The chap working behind the counter is a friendly and helpful character, always keen to make sure that everyone is looked after.

Roll on sausage

My requirements were simple, today, with a breakfast roll featuring the pork product of my choice the single aim. I opted for a link sausage roll, topped with brown sauce. This arrived promptly, wrapped up in a beautifully neat little parcel.

I was soon on my way along the road. I chomped as I walked.

The sausages proved to be really tasty. The morning roll was a little on the chewy side, but I didn’t mind a little bit of bready substance to start the day. I wolfed it down with considerable relish.

So overall, I was really pleased with Sandwich Culture. Their deli counter looked like it offered a nice range of sandwich options for lunchtime, too. I rarely find myself in this part of the world when I’m requiring lunchtime takeout, so it’s more likely I’ll continue to use it as an on-the-go breakfast place, but I’d be happy to recommend that you pay it a visit, when you’re next in the west of the city.

Scores

Blythe scores Sandwich Culture
3.5/5 for food
3.5/5 for presentation
3.5/5 for service
3/5 for setting
giving an overall 13.5/20

Today’s quester was: Blythe

I ate: link sausage roll

I drank: nowt

I wore: lilac tie

Total bill: £1.50

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Written by BKR