Fuzzy’s Grub, the sandwich shop that specialises in roasted meats, is due to open its sixth site in London in the spring. The privately-owned company, which has just opened a site on Mason’s Avenue in the City of London, will open a further takeaway outlet on Tooley Street, near London Bridge. The group, which is owned by five investors, currently has four sites in the City of London and one on St James’s Street. Fuzzy’s Grub, the name of which is derived from the nicknames from two of the owners, Fazila Collins and Georgina Slade (Fuzzy and Grub), serves traditional British home cooking in a takeaway format. Topside beef, turkey, lamb, chicken and ham are carved to order and served as a full meal, in a sandwich or on a salad with all the trimmings. Collins, co-founder, said: “The shops are getting so busy and the queues so long that we need to balance the demand with the supply. “Now that Fuzzy’s Grub has become an established brand we are finding it easier to get the right sites.” Collins said that the company would consolidate its position in London before looking at other towns and cities around the UK. She added: “We are looking to open another four sites in the next two years, focusing first on London and then we will go national.”