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Brand new Stamford deli wants a slice of the action


By Tim Coulson


Jim Davis and barry Brown at Bread, Meat and Cheese shop at Stamford EMN-161202-182816009
Jim Davis and barry Brown at Bread, Meat and Cheese shop at Stamford EMN-161202-182816009

Come and have a taste of New York at Stamford’s new deli-style sandwich outlet, Bread Meat Cheese.

Bringing fresh, local and innovative sandwiches, the new venture promises to be a welcome addition to Stamford’s daytime offerings, with sandwiches such as ‘Divine Swine’, roast porchetta (rolled loin and belly from Groovy Foods) stuffed with herbs and garlic, served warm on a rustic baguette from Hambleton Bakery with salsa verde.

Since opening its doors on Wednesday, last week in Red Lion Street, the deli has already received an influx of positive comments from its new customers.

Co-owner Jim Davis said: “We definitely think it’s time Stamford had something like Bread Meat Cheese. As a high end sandwich shop we offer made to order sandwiches, all cooked fresh using locally sourced ingredients.

“It’s only early days yet, but we’re ready to roll and make Bread Meat Cheese a popular place amongst the people of Stamford.”

Currently the shop is open from Monday to Friday, 10.30am to 3pm, with the aim to open at the weekend in the Spring.

Bread Meat Cheese already has a good following on Twitter, where customers can find out about its latest offers, including the ‘secret sandwich’ - which will only be revealed to those who follow the deli online.

To find out more and for a full menu, please visit the website or follow @breadmeatcheese



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