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Chandos Deli, which has branches in Clifton, Henleaze, and the centre, sells wonderful locally roasted Brian Wogan coffee, sandwiches made with local cheeses and hams, and a great range of own-made cakes – the chocolate brownies are especially good, and so are the savoury lunch-sized tarts. Their packaging is low on plastic and often consists of paper bags. Branches at Bristol University gym and students’ … Read more Chandos Deli (Henleaze)