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Lunch on the go

If the sun is shining then create your own takeaway from Shrewsbury’s collection of one-off producers and delis. St. Alkmund’s Square by Bear Steps is a handy picnic spot and there are lots of spots along the river in the Quarry and in the flower-filled Dingle.

Whether it be good old cheese and pickle sandwich or something more elaborate and expensive, Shrewsbury’s sandwich shops come highly recommended.

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Subway

Subway is the world's largest restaurant chain, with more than 41,000 locations over 100 plus countries. They offer a wide variety of better-for-you sandwiches and salads. Please...

Subway

Subway is the world's largest restaurant chain, with more than 41,000 locations over 100 plus countries. They offer a wide variety of better-for-you sandwiches and salads. Please...

Greggs

Greggs is a national bakery chain providing fresh, quality affordable bakery food, with over 1600 stores throughout the UK. From sandwiches to pasties, customers can find a great...

Pret A Manger

Pret are incredibly proud of their handmade, natural food. Each of their shops has its very own kitchen (or one very close by), meaning they can provide a menu full of fresh, bold...

Philpotts Shrewsbury

Philpotts is an award-winning sandwich retailer, situated in the beautiful 15th century Abbotts House in Butcher Row. Customers can walk into the shop and choose from a fabulous...
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