What's for Lunch? Fuzzy's Grub

By tikichris Last edited 121 months ago
What's for Lunch? Fuzzy's Grub
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Londonist asks that most pressing of daily concerns: where to go on your lunch break.

Fuzzy’s Grub

Fleet Street

62 Fleet Street

London EC4Y 1JU

Tel & Fax: 020 7583 6060

Monday to Friday

7:30am till 3:30pm

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St James’s

6 Crown Passage

London SW1Y 6PP

Tel: 020 7925 2791

Fax: 020 7930 7192

Monday to Friday

7:00am till 5:00pm

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Bow Lane

10 Well Court

London EC4M 9DN

Tel & Fax: 020 7236 8400

Monday to Friday

7:30am till 3:30pm

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Cornhill

56-57 Cornhill

London EC3V 3PD

Tel: 020 7621 0444

Fax: 020 7621 0066

Monday to Friday

7:00am till 4:30pm

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Basinghall Street

Unit 1 Mason’s Avenue

15 Basinghall Street

London EC2V 5BR

Tel & Fax: 020 7726 6771

Monday to Friday

7:30am till 4:30pm

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Tooley Street

96 Tooley Street

London SE1 2TH

Tel & Fax: 020 7089 7590

Monday to Friday

7:00am till 4.30pm

Weekends

9.30am till 4.30pm

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Expect to Pay: £3.85 for a small salad, £4.95 for a sandwich, £5.50 for a full roast lunch or large salad

Rating: 8 out of 10

Imagine Sunday roast available Monday through Friday as a take away lunch outside your place of employment. Well, if you work near one of Fuzzy’s Grub’s six locations, such gluttonous musings are the stuff of reality.

Londonist paid a visit to Fuzzy’s Fleet St location, where we noticed a worryingly long queue but were pleased to discover it moving fluidly and to be aptly managed by Fuzzy’s assembly crew. We ordered the leg of lamb full roast lunch with plenty of trimmings: roast potatoes (mashed potatoes are served as well), roasted veggies, peas and carrots, sage and onion stuffing, and Yorkshire pudding all smothered in gravy and mint sauce. Crackling, which we passed on this time, is another available trimming. After paying a rather economic £5.50 for such a feast, we headed over to nearby St Bride’s churchyard to indulge.

Londonist has every intention of indulging in some of Fuzzy’s Grub again, as does the enthusiast glider of the Glider Goes Dutch blog, who enjoyed his Fuzzy’s Grub sarnie to such an extent that he has actually considered “booking an Easyjet flight for a few hours just to get my greedy hands on one of those Mega Bap Meals … Forget McDonald's, Burger King and Subway - this place should be all over the world!” With respect to feelings of fervour for Fuzzy’s Grub sandwiches, glider’s not alone. JJ of A Tea But No E asserts that Fuzzy’s makes “truly the ultimate sandwich,” but did have this word of caution: “It's a terrible idea for lunch though - I was desperate for a sleep all afternoon!” We empathize strongly with JJ’s afternoon drowsies but reckon lunch at Fuzzy’s Grub is worth the price.

Thanks to Londonist editor Hazel for suggesting Fuzzy’s Grub!

Photography courtesty of Yuen-Ping aka YP's Flickr photostream.

Last Updated 31 July 2007

siany

fuzzy's rocks. simple. the salads are really really good, and you feel like they're a bit healthier than the roast dinner.... it's great that you can pick and choose the bits you don't want too.

I'd live here if I could.

They also deliver to offices. Yep, that's right. Roast pig straight to your doorstep.

tikichris

Delivery too? Very nice. That was a very satisfying lunch. I gotta get back there soon.