Lunch at Fuzzy’s Grub

After our [link2post id=”713″]highly successful breakfast at Fuzzy’s Grub[/link2post] I decided to trek into Zone 1 to meet up with Daniel and try lunch there.

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At lunch time they do a selection of roast meat sandwiches and I was keen to try what can be one of the most satisfying sandwiches it is possible to make: roast chicken on buttered bread with a good grind of salt. Simple, eh? But if the chicken and bread are good, there is real butter and enough salt this sandwich can be magic.

I ordered mine is one of their excellent baps, which I praised in my [link2post id=”713″]last review of them; the bap had real flavour and a great texture. They used real butter, which melted into the bap because the chicken was warm. The chicken itself was wonderfully good; moist, flavoursome and there was a lot of it. It was also subtly seasoned with herbs, which added to rather than masked the flavour. They put enough salt on it. This was a great sandwich, it made me happy.

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The locations of their branches can be found on the urbanspoon website. Find your closest one and get there for lunch ASAP!

  • Keith

    Their rare roast beef with all the trimmings (including roast potatoes and Yorkshire pudding) makes for a fine sandwich. And their pies are highly recommended too.

  • David Strange

    Oh pies! I didn’t spot them. I love pies.

    That chicken option was a pretty freaking tripla-A sandwich, did it for me. So good that they use real butter.

    Daniel tells me the beef is often cut into thick slices, which makes it difficult to eat.

    So when am I going to meet you, old chap? I could hunt you down one evening for a swift academic half or two and a nice chat:) (For those who don’t know, an academic half is half a quart.)