Sindy’s Sandwich Shop

Sindy’s Sandwich Shop can be found in the heart of Chelmsford, on the corner of Duke Street, near the train station.

In the morning we do delicious hot breakfast sandwiches, rolls and baguettes which are cooked to order, just how you like it. We are able deliver orders locally so can bring your bacon butty straight to you!

Sindys Sandwich Shop

Throughout the day we offer a wide range of fresh, hand made sandwich fillers which are served on delicious bread, locally baked by Tiptree Patisserie. We have a wide variety of sandwich fillers but are also happy for you to build your own, unique lunchtime sandwich.

As well as sandwiches we do jacket potatoes, hot sausage rolls and fresh salads. All of our food can be delivered locally throughout the day.

At Sindy's we also cater functions and prepare a wide range of buffet platters which can be tailored to suit all requests. Consider us for your next party, conference or simply lunchtime in the office! Please see our website for our buffet menu and contact us if you would like to discuss options further.

Phone: 01245 600 054



Instagram: @sandwich_sindys

Address: 66A Duke Street, Chelmsford, Essex, CM1 1JP

Sindys Sandwich Shop

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