Advantages Nice tasting, cheap and easy
Disadvantages fattening, not artisan baking
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I’m partial to the odd Gregg’s pasty, I mean who wouldn’t be? Up north it’s been a favourite for the mothers feeding their kids, with their special recipe sausage rolls and tasty baps, it’s a fraction of the price compared to Pret or Subway, only if you are looking for a quick lunch that is.
Personally, I like to go there after the pubs have closed in town and now Greggs open way past midnight it’s a bonus. I love their cheese pasty and the sausage and bean pasty too.
Greggs is what the UK consider a proper baker, even if the goods are not baked on the premisies. Where I was born a baker resided on every street corner and woke at 4am to bake his daily bread, it’s still the case today. But now I live in England and you do it this way. Greggs started out in Newcastle upon Tyne and until recently it was only a North East phenomenon, now bakeries are sprouting up all over the UK. When I was in Leeds on business recently I could get my Greggs fix easily.
Also at this time of year I always but some of their mince pies, they are one of the best out there. I will compare to Sainsburys and Morrisons as that’s all I have bought from to compare.Marks out of 10
Menu variation 3/10
Store cleanliness 8/10
Clientele 6/10 (me included)
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