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8.6

The Dusty Knuckle Bakery

Jake Missing
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8.4

Dom’s Subs

Jake Missing
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8.4
Rianne Shlebak
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8.2

Max’s Sandwich Shop

Jake Missing
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8.1
Jake Missing

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The Best Sandwiches In London

Doorstop sandwiches to aubergine sabichs, and everything in between. In between bread, that is.

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8.4

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Poor Boys

Poor Boys is an excellent New Orleans-inspired spot in Kingston serving huge, messy subs.

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7.6

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Pilpel

Pilpel is a reliable and delicious falafel counter in Spitalfields Market with other branches in and around the City.

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7.9

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Bodega Rita’s

For a sandwiches around Clerkenwell, Bodega Rita’s is a spot. You’ve got subs, tacos, and all-in-all a truly sublime lunch go-to.

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The Best Christmas Sandwiches In London

8 sandwiches that prove it’s the most wonderful time of year.

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Wine N Rind

A cool little wine and cheese stall in Tottenham’s Holcombe Market, Wine N Rind serve some of the very best toasties in town.

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Sista Barista

Looking for lunch, a sugar high, or a top caffeine fix in Waterloo? This family-owned café has got you covered.

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The Best New Sandwiches In London

From a lobster roll to a sloppy joe - these are London’s most exciting new sandwiches.

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Falafel Hut

Falafel Hut is a little falafel shop in Shepherd’s Bush Market making messy, delicious, aubergine-packed falafel pittas for under a fiver.

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The Bagel Guys

The Bagel Guys is an NYC-style takeaway bagel shop in London Fields with a hangover-cure BEC.

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Auntie Banh Mi

Auntie Banh Mi is a Laotian banh mi pop-up making some London’s best and most fiery banh mi.

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The Best Bánh Mì In London

The Vietnamese sandwich - be it with lemongrass pork, stuffed with tofu, and always in a baguette - is a crowdpleaser. Here are London’s best.

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Perkyn’s

Perkyn’s is a cool and casual bottle shop in Tottenham with great lunch offerings.

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Sam Sandwiches

An Algerian street food kitchen in Shepherd’s Bush Market serving up some seriously tasty sandwiches.

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7.5

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Franco's

Franco's is an old school Italian caff making whopper escalope sandwiches, steaming piles of spaghetti and anything between a bap.

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8.4

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Dom’s Subs

Dom’s Subs is a delivery and collection sandwich shop on the Hackney Road. Prepare to undo your top button. Or better, go elasticated.

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Mayfair 1

Mayfair 1 is a tiny hole-in-the-wall spot making fresh falafel, halloumi, chicken, and lamb wraps.

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Seven Dials Market

Seven Dials Market is a food hall with lots of options, from pasta, to ramen, to fried chicken, that’s alright if you want an alright quick meal.

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6.8

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The Cheese Bar

The Cheese Bar is a cheese-mad counter restaurant in Camden Stables. It’s worth stopping by for a sandwich.

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Sons And Daughters

Sons and Daughters is a modern sandwich shop in Coal Drops Yard where the things between bread read much better than they taste.