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Restaurants, Street food City Centre
4 out of 5 stars
Pickle, Bristol

Sandwich hut that's easy to miss, but well worth looking out for. Gourmet sandwiches come with hearty, wholesome fillings and a not-too-hefty price tag

Pickle, a tiny but delightful portable affair – think a roadside buttie van – is set up a stone’s throw from Temple Meads Station, where it serves some of the best gourmet sandwiches in the South West. A dizzying selection of fillings is changed each week; classics such as the grilled cheese (£3.95), piled mouth-wideningly high, are a warming treat during the winter months.

Other regulars, such as the Big Fish – filled with line caught tuna, cheddar and lemon mayo, ’slaw, pickles, cucumbers, capers and an extra squeeze of lemon juice, touch on lip-smacking awesomeness. Most of the sandwiches are toasted, and fillings are balanced, hearty and great value.

For an extra quid, you can make your sandwich into a meal deal, and get a snack and drink on the side, meaning you can fill up for just north of a fiver.

By: Nick Watkins


Venue name: Pickle
Address: Portwall Lane
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