Cheap Lunches in the Toon

We have some great little places in Newcastle to pop into for a sandwich or bacon butty first thing. Check out our recommendations for places to try out if you’re on the lookout for lunch inspiration.

Bait, Leazes Park Road

With soups, salads and sandwiches all freshly prepared, Bait has been buttering buns for over two years. Available to eat in or take away, there’s even a smattering of cake thrown in for good measure. image

Fez Food, Grainger Market

An array of tasty treats await you at one of the finest places for a spot of lunch in the historic Grainger Market. Fez Food is all about the mezze, with Stuffed Vine Leaves served up with an array of fresh dips and breads.

imageTo find more places to scran in the Market read our handy guide here.

Camera Shop Newcastle, Neville Street

This quirky little place to pick up a bite to eat is open Monday to Friday, 7:30am until 3pm. Sandwiches, wraps, falafel and salads are available alongside a range of different coffees. More info can be found on their Facebook page here.image

Frankie & Tony’s, Ridley Place

A Newcastle institution, located just off Northumberland Street, make sure you get your order in early as there are often queues out onto the street for their baps. Going now since 2003, they clearly know how to make a decent sarnie.image

Love Lunch Deli, Forth Goods Yard

imageLocated in an archway near the Centre for Life, Love Lunch is about more than just sandwiches. With the focus on wholesome and healthy lunches, you’ll find an array of clean foods to eat here. There are also a few treats on sale too! See their Facebook page for more information.

Rural, Westgate Road

imageRecently branching out into selling empanadas, cakes and phenomenal Pastel de Nata, Rural is worth a visit for a super strong coffee while trying out one of these homemade delicacies. You can relax on their comfy sofa while enjoying a Portuguese Custard Tart and drink for just £2, or take away their savoury snacks with a juice for £2.50. You can find out more about Rural in a post we wrote here.

Thanks for reading,

Pip x


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