ALWAYS PLAY WITH YOUR FOOD

We do! 

We play with ingredients and accompaniments until we get those butty combinations that take you straight to your happy place. 

Scroll down for a selection of the people's favourites so far. 

The old favourite. Twice cooked maris piper chips in a large white bap lavished with butter and a sprinkling of salt and vinegar to finish. 

The Traditional

A soft white bread roll layered with hand cut chips, crumbled cheddar cheese, proper British pickle and mouth-watering pulled ham hock. 

Pickled Hock

A chip butty packed with Sunday favourites like roast beef and horseradish topped with a crispy Yorkshire pudding, mushy peas and a bowl of gravy for dunking.

The Sunday Roast

The best part of a Friday night out but in a freshly baked tiger roll. Chunky chips, cheddar cheese and baked beans.

The Friday Night

Take The Traditional butty and crumble lots of cheddar cheese on top. Nobody can resist the way the melting cheese hugs the chunky skin on chips. 

Cheddar Cheese

Sauteed mushrooms, caramelised onions and creamy garlic paste on a bed of hot, crisp, slightly salty chunky chips.

Creamy Garlic