Snack Packers located at 3 Wilton Rd, Salisbury SP2 7ED, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01722 332712

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Chris May

5 Google Rating

Good food freshly prepared at a good price.

5/ 5

Good food freshly prepared at a good price.

laney6able .

5 Google Rating

great food boxed salads are yummy ...spoilt for choice ...friendly staff ...value for money

5/ 5

great food boxed salads are yummy ...spoilt for choice ...friendly staff ...value for money

Azam Chaudhri

4 Google Rating

A great place to get a bite to eat and they even do hot roast beef. Good quality food. Knocked on

4/ 5

A great place to get a bite to eat and they even do hot roast beef. Good quality food. Knocked one star off though as for me they close a bit too early at 2pm which means sometimes I have to go elsewhere if I'm really busy and can't get to them in time.

Sharon Pym

5 Google Rating

Lovely sarnies!

5/ 5

Lovely sarnies!

Vanessa Lane

4 Google Rating

Well presented and cheerful staff

4/ 5

Well presented and cheerful staff

Guy Nash

5 Google Rating

Friendly service with great fresh menu options. Lunch made whilst you wait. Generous portions, and r

5/ 5

Friendly service with great fresh menu options. Lunch made whilst you wait. Generous portions, and reasonable prices.

Aura Gheorghe

5 Google Rating

It's a good place to grab a quick snack, a cold/hot drink. The sandwiches are made in front of you a

5/ 5

It's a good place to grab a quick snack, a cold/hot drink. The sandwiches are made in front of you and they are always fresh. The shop is quite tidy and friendly staff.

Nick Coleman

5 Google Rating

Great food friendly staff good prices

5/ 5

Great food friendly staff good prices

Emma Essex

5 Google Rating

Huge breakfast baps!! And very tasty too!

5/ 5

Huge breakfast baps!! And very tasty too!

Tara-Jane Hares

4 Google Rating

Really nice food and service was great but the bacon was under cooked and quite fatty.

4/ 5

Really nice food and service was great but the bacon was under cooked and quite fatty.

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