City Sandwich

On this visit to Glasgow, it wasn’t breakfast time, but I had the same swift eating requirements as I so often seem to do in this city, so in between the train station and my meeting destination I had time for a brief stop at City Sandwich, on West Regent Street.



The place is a little below street-level cafe, offering simple lunchtime fare, and catering to the needs of those watching their weight, with a range of low calorie options.

They offered three soup choices: lentil, spicy vegetable; and Scotch broth, which is the one I chose. I added a pastrami and Swiss cheese sandwich, to accompany it.



Things were with me in a flash, looking good. The broth was good, hearty fare. It was just the warming stuff that I was after.

The sandwich wasn’t quite so good, but the bread was fresh, multi-seeded brown. The filling could have used a little more pep, though.



So overall, I liked my visit to City Sandwich. They do quick, tasty grub, and keep service brisk. It was just what I was after as I zipped across town. I’d happily pop in again.

Blythe scores City Sandwich
3.5/5 for food
3/5 for presentation
3.5/5 for service
3/5 for setting
giving an overall 13/20

I ate: Scotch broth; pastrami and swiss cheese sandwich

I wore: brown pinstripes

Total bill: £5.50

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