Tongue And Brisket is the kind of sandwich spot that puts other sandwich spots to shame. Here you get a proper wedge of food between your bread. Yes, they’ve got your sarnie classics (see roast turkey, smoked salmon), and there are some others you’re definitely not going to find at M&S (see ox tongue, chicken schnitzel, chopped liver). But what you really need to know about is their salt beef sandwiches. We’re talking soft rye bread, a pickled cucumber, a door stop of salt beef, and enough mustard to make your eyes water. This is the place if you want a sandwich that’ll keep you full through to dinner, or a famine, whichever comes first.
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Duck & Waffle Local
Duck and Waffle’s second location doesn’t have spectacular views, nor is it open 24 hours, but it’s a solid low risk option in Piccadilly.
Hoppers is an excellent Soho restaurant serving Sri Lankan food that will blow your mind. The waits can be lengthy, but it’s worth it.
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Snackbar x Farmshop
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Max’s Sandwich Shop
Max’s Sandwich Shop in Stroud Green serves inventive sandwiches with buckets of personality. It’s fast becoming a North London institution.
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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