Popped into a Greggs the other day for a sausage roll

I've never been into one before. I often wondered why such snobbery is attached to it as a brand, as it just struck me as a regular pastry / cake shop.

I've never seen so many people with tattoos and missing teeth in one place. It sounds silly, but it made me question the quality of their merchandise, so I left empty-handed.

Thank your lucky stars you didn't go to the £1 Pie Shop then.

your two paragraphs appear exceptionally inconsistent even for you

when you're hung over the bean sausage and cheese pastry is almost as good as a bacon sarnie

 

and their sausage and bacon roll, with extra bacon and sauce is (a) really tasty and (b) very good value.

 

 

I can guarantee 70% of the clientele voted Leave.

Zero, I've never heard of that one.

"I can guarantee 70% of the clientele voted Leave."

 

you should have felt right at home

 

Heffalump, which bit don't you understand? I didn't understand why people were snooty about Greggs. Now I do.

I'm not accustomed to being addressed as "bro" by learned Counsel, but I suppose it's a sign of the times.

I like a Greggs.  Good value honest food.  Their prawn mayo salad baguettes are extremely good and they don’t cheap out on the filling like every supermarket sandwich does.

I'm more concerned about the meat. Are the sausages free range? If not, are they at least a reasonable quality?

you've never had a gregg sausage roll?

what did you southerners have for breakfast as children!?!?

I normally get my sausage rolls from the Cornish Pasty Co.

Which branch were you in? How can you completely judge it unless you have tried the sausage rolls?

And what Clubbers said about the sausage, cheese and bean melt.

a greggs sausage roll and a capri sun is clinically proven to cure hangovers 

Guildford. I think the whole of Park Barn had evacuated for the day.

I've never seen so many people with tattoos and missing teeth in one place

I'd say the same but as a student I did a vac scheme at Eversheds.

I've only ever been into one Greggs, near Cardiff Civil Justice Centre, which a few years ago was the highest quality food provider in the near vicinity

The meat could be caged dog for all I care, it’s tasty.

I've only ever been into one Greggs, near Cardiff Civil Justice Centre, which a few years ago was the highest quality food provider in the near vicinity

Heh.

That reminds me of when I was a vac schemer and had to accompany a barrister to a meeting in Swindon.

"Sorry for taking you for lunch in Wetherspoons, but, er, I think it's the nicest place here."

Teclis11 Jun 19 16:00

The meat could be caged dog for all I care

How enlightened of you.

A Greggs sausage roll followed by a princess square (those square sponge cakes with the thick pink icing - I think that's what they're called) is about the only thing that works on a hangover now they've cut down the salt and fat in McDonalds

I have tattoos (but no missing teeth) so I am clearly a chav tho

Large Bacon and Sausage Breakfast Baguette with hot drink for £3 is a steal.

never been in a greggs tbh.  i prefer an old fashioned g'spoon that'll do u bacon bubble and fried potato in a crusty bap for about 3 quid

abbs, several within 5 mins walk of every office i've worked in bar canary shythole.  (had to go for bagel factory sausage in that interegrem.)  

must be tunz in lewisham

I like Greggs sausage rolls. Sometimes you require 2 to pick you up from a serious hangover or after being out on the water (sailing/fishing).

 

Ducks, you twat.

I love Greggs chicken bakes and their sausage rolls! So good they now do them at service stations. Noms on the road.

I am as genuinely as happy in the Savoy as I am eating curly fries as the bowling alley. Call me enlightened, call me a women of the people. 

'only thing that works on a hangover now they've cut down the salt and fat in McDonalds'

Heh

Sausage and egg McMuffin still good, but need to get there before

10.30am which can be a drag

 

Haven't been to greggs for ages but somethings I like there are:

Steak bake

steak and cheese roll

chicken katsu bake.

You really can't beat a Greggs sausage roll hot out of the bag, eaten while sat on a bench outdoors on a cold day with a cup of tea out to wash it down. Well you can, but only with sausage in batter and chips eaten the same way (but with a can of pop).  My dad and I still go do this occasionally.

I popped into Greggs with Marti Pellow, but they had sold out. 

A Greggs sausage roll followed by a cheese an onion pasty was an excellent cheap lunch for a student on a cold day in Geordie Land.