Hungry? Take a look at our pick of Nottinghamshire's cafes and sandwich bars
When you're out and about in Nottinghamshire you may find yourself feeling peckish, whether you're on your lunch break or just taking a trip out to the shops.
Don't be tempted to opt for the easy, fast food option, instead, why don't you try a fresh bite from a cafe. Below is a list of ten cafes and sandwich bars in Nottinghamshire.
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Atlas Delicatessen offer an extensive menu of business lunches and catering suitable for all occasions, delivered to your door. Independently owned and situated in the heart of Nottingham, they carefully source ingredients from a wide range of suppliers.
This is an independent cafe/deli based in the heart of the Lace Market. They serve fresh, homemade food with variety of hot and cold drinks.
This sandwich shop holds founding values of good food and service, and manners. All of the food is made on the premises on the day it is sold, using the highest quality fresh ingredients.
This is a great little service, as not only is it a cafe but they do a mobile service too. Good selection of breakfast rolls and lots of nice cakes on offer. The staff are good too.
The doors open at 8am for breakfast as well as teas, coffees and juices. The entire breakfast menu is available to eat in or takeaway until noon. They then serve a wide variety of food and drink throughout the day and complement their menu with an extensive wine list as well as cocktails, imported beers and ale.
Traditional "afternoon tea" is served until 7pm and they also serve many speciality teas and coffees.
The Malt Cross is a place to meet with friends for a quiet drink. It's got a unique feel to it thanks to the old music hall architecture. They do hot drinks and have got a couple of real ale taps too. They also serve a selection of dishes.
This is a quirky cafe that does sandwiches and cakes by the dozen, but also does bigger dishes too. The staff and the owner here are well prepared; it's worth a trip.
If you want a filling breakfast sarnie or cob, or want to pop out at lunch for something freshly made, Giltbrook Cob Shop is the place to go. They serve big portions at very reasonable prices.
Cafe Zing is a modern and recently renovated Cafe-Bistro, under new management since January 2013. It serves home cooked meals.
This cafe is situated in the city centre and serves creative vegetarian and vegan food in a relaxed atmosphere. They provide chilled beats, organic and fair trade coffee and teas, a selection of organic beer, wine and food and can boast friendly staff.