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18-20 Queens Arcade,
Leeds,
LS1 6LF

(0113) 242 7702

Pickles and Potter Information

Pickles and Potter is a quaint sandwich shop and deli set in Queens Arcade. Choose from a superb assortment of homemade sandwiches and light meals created using fresh and wholesome produce sourced from local areas.

Venue Type
Sandwich Shop/Deli
Opening Hours
Mon-Fri 09:00-17:00
Sat 09:00-18:00
Sun 10:30-17:00
Cuisine
Booking
Not Necessary on Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun
Avg Food Spend
Under £10 per person
Food Info
Take Away Service, Delivery Service, Breakfast Menu, Sunday Roast, Brunch Menu
Payment
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Disabled Facilities
Wheelchair Access, NO Disabled Toilets

Pickles and Potter User reviews

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Reviewer Anonymous
21/07/2008
They do some good sanwiches here, well priced and the staff are really nice and helpful.
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08/05/2009
expensive no room to sit down around dinner times and found the lad in the shop to handle cooked meat with bare hands *how healthy* apart from that its great..

...for a look through the window!!

needs inproving and arranged seating better ..
..this could fit loads more sittings
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Reviewer hungrybeaver
22/12/2009
I visited the shop last Saturday with my wife, despite being really busy (the queue stretched halfway down the queens arcade) when we got our table the service was excellent and the food was delicious, fresh and perfectly seasoned. We tried the game terrine sandwich with port chutney and a fantastic pork and cranberry stew with roast baby potatoes. Followed by the most sublime peanut butter and chocolate cake!
A fantastic discovery! Eat here!
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