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Food lovers have even more choices at a popular grocery store after the company updated and expanded its menu.

Newcastle-based Sando now offers a wide range of new options, including a wider range of vegans and vegetarians.

And owner Adam Woolliscroft said diners have compared the environment created at the restaurant as resembling Manchester’s iconic Northern Quarter.

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Sando – which takes its name from the Japanese slang word for a sandwich – serves a range of artisan sandwiches and brunches.

With a new menu, Adam hopes to continue Sando’s first year of success in 2022.

The 35-year-old from Newcastle said: “The new menu launched on January 12.

Sando is now entering his second year

“We had a short break in the new year and reopened, so everything worked out.

“We’ve had the same menu for a year, so it’s a good time to start something new.

“We do things like Philly Cheesesteak baguettes, all kinds of weird and wonderful creations. We do brunch with Eggs Benedict, steak and eggs, that kind of stuff.

“We are also introducing a plant-based vegetarian section and a vegan section as well.”

Adam hopes to continue to provide good food and a pleasant environment

Sando uses local suppliers wherever possible – including Trentham Bakehouse for the bread.

Adam hopes they can continue the success in the venue’s second year.

“It’s the second year, so we want to continue the success because the first year was very busy,” he said.

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“We want to maintain that and hopefully be even more successful.

“We hope to win more customers and attract more people.

“Good, simple food and a nice environment – I think that’s what the city needed. People love good food, and that’s what we want to give them.”

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