Bite me! 10 places to eat sandwiches

Lunch purists know that sandwiches are the only way to dine for the middle-of-the-day meal. This week, Yelp Glasgow brings you some of the best places to spend your bread on some bread.

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Bread Meats Bread, 104 St Vincent Street, Glasgow G2 5UB

This is a bread lover's heaven with 10 different sandwiches. Pammi G was impressed by the pastrami on rye bread - 'they smoke the pastrami in-house and it really showed, it was succulent and soft and the peppered crust of the bread just enhances the salty beef taste.'

Café Ludovic, 9 Lochleven Road, Glasgow South Side G42 9JU

Sandra M loves this "great cafe to pass the time away." With traditional options like ham, cheese and pickle, tuna mayo or chicken tikka, you can be sure to find your favourite sandwich here.

Fifi & Ally, Princes Square, Buchanan Street, Glasgow City Centre G1 3JX

You can treat yourself to an afternoon for two for £25 with freshly made sandwiches of smoked salmon and rosemary ham!

Lettuce Eat, 361 Argyle Street, Glagsow City Centre, G2 8LT

A huge menu of made-to-order sandwiches, this destination is the haunt of many office workers in the area! Other carb options include panini, toasties and baked potatoes!

McCune Smith, 3-5 Duke Street, Glasgow East End G4 0UL

Alex L enjoyed the "McCune Smith sandwich which was a deli style pastrami, gouda and gherkin on some lovely bread!" Fancy something unusual? Try the Lord Kames - jerk chicken with pineapple salsa, fresh salad and mayo!

Naked Soup, 6 Kersland Street, Glasgow West End G12 8BL

This "is a really well established soup cafe that has been serving top notch, original soups for years" raves Rocco G. You can pick up the lunch deal - soup and a sandwich with soft drink and piece of fruit - for just £5.40.

Piece, 1056 Argyle Street, Glasgow West End G3 8LY

Kate M enjoyed her stop off here with a "roast beef, cheese and horseradish sandwich on wholemeal bloomer. The bread was tasty, fresh and thick, and the filling was delicious and well balanced!"

Roast, 1299 Argyle Street, Glasgow West End G3 8TL

"I ordered the breakfast meat stacker which is a breakfast sandwich. Then I saw the thing, a towering inferno of breakfasty goodness. They cram in an entire breakfast to each half, very well cooked, tasty and incredibly filling!"

Sonny & Vito's, 52 Park Road, Glasgow West End G4 9JG

Try a soup and half sandwich and relish the delicious flavours. Soups vary daily and the pancetta and pesto sandwich is a must-try!

Where the Monkey Sleeps, 182 West Regent Street, Glasgow G2 4RU

Francesa R loves this "rare little find that understands the art of the sandwich and the delicate balance of ingredients necessary to create something both tasty and filling!"

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