Newcastle’s ever evolving, enigmatic Grainger Market has given birth to yet another auspicious venture. The new kids on the block, Sloppy Joe’s Deli and Sandwich bar, have burst onto Newcastle’s street food scene serving good valued food crammed with flavour and attitude. Sloppy Joe’s, like their street food peers, have been intuitive in realising that attitudes towards dining are changing in Newcastle; with Foodies now just as happy munching on something from a vendor as they are sitting down to eat in a restaurant.
“…just as happy munching on something from a vendor as they are sitting down to eat in a restaurant.”
Joe’s dynamic street food menu offers diners with a choice of a good valued, high quality breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack solutions, along with a seductive selection of creative coolies, slick smoothies and bold beverages.
This trendy urban vendor’s freshly made Panini’s, baguettes and salads are bursting with generous amounts of audacious fillings including my favourite; the bold ‘Fiery One Panini’ (£3.00) consisting of meatballs tossed in a volcanic tomato sauce finished with grated mozzarella.
“Joe’s dynamic street food menu offers diners with a choice of a good valued, high quality breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack solutions.”
For less than a fiver you can grab a (Bristot) coffee and a ‘create your own’ baguette or salad with a seemingly endless choice of filling options. It doesn’t end their; Joe’s offer an eclectic range of sauces and vinaigrettes to compliment your creation which includes a range of fiery and flavoursome concoctions from the highly acclaimed, North east based Safari Sauce Company.
I have no doubt that Sloppy Joe’s will significantly elevate the street food movement in Newcastle and have Foodies craving their creations for years to come.
Unit 30, Alley 1,Grainger Market, Newcastle upon Tyne
7.30am to 5pm, Monday to Saturday
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