Tucked away in the arches of Aberdeen’s railway is one of the finest little sandwich shops in the city.
Sweet Mumma’s Kitchen regularly show off their buns on social media – and it was one of those posts that led to me discovering the cafe.
Nipping down on my lunch break last week, and despite being a huge fan of their homemade cinnamon buns, I decided the slightly healthier option of a panini would make for a better lunch.
Packed full of herby pesto, creamy mozzarella and sweet tomatoes, my caprese panini (£3.50) was perfect for a miserable cold weekday
My colleague Gary opted for one of their giant sausage rolls (£2.45), and instantly fell in love.
Masses of sausage meat, in a light golden puff pastry.
He followed this up with an egg and ham bloomer (£3.95), perfectly cooked egg and good quality ham all on soft brown bread.