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It truly is the time of the sando. We've had the trailblazers Ta Ta Eatery (and Tou) and recently seen the opening of Yatai at Market Hall - and now it's the turn of restaurateur Alan Yau.
He's teamed up with mozzarella restaurant Obica to launch a new sando shop, Mozzasando in South Kensington (where Obica once was). If you've somehow missed out on the
Back at work and in real need of a proper sandwich for lunch? Well, Sons + Daughters are bringing a little taste of their sibling restaurant Pidgin to King's Cross this month.
For January, Pidgin chefs Michael Robins and Hamish Pearce present their take on a Tuna Melt. It's sustainably sourced pole-caught tuna, horseradish aioli, smoked applewood cheddar, spiced onion relish, mango chutney, iceberg lettuce and herb
The arrival of the Pret Christmas sandwich marks the official start of London's Christmas sandwich season. We've rounded up the best of the seasonal sarnie selection to help you make the right lunchtime choice.
London is going certifiably katsu sando crazy and while the sandwich that should be in every London foodie's Instagram feed uses a pork chop at its heart, London restaurants have been busy working on veggie versions so meat avoiders don't miss out. Here are three you should know about.
If you're working in or around Soho, then a change that's coming to Mele e Pere may be very welcome. The small upstairs section, that was primarily a bar before, is being converted into a daytime deli.
It's inspired by owners Peter and Chris Hughes’ childhood in Milan, so will be a deli serving up sandwiches and salads with a very Italian feel. All the sandwiches are made with Bread Ahead
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When one of our favourite pubs teams up with one of our favourite food folk, you'd better expect us to sit up and take notice. Next week sees a mashup between Highgate's Red Lion and Sun pub and everyone's favourite sandwich maestro Max Halley from Max's Sandwich Shop.
Max will be taking over the food for one night only at the recently refurbed North London pub, serving up an evening menu of two epic-sounding
Shoppers at Westfield London will be able to boost their energy levels with a selection of hot sarnies from top grilled cheese purveyors Morty & Bobs in their new British sandwich bar.
They've been street food legends for five years and now Sub Cult are getting a much-deserved permanent place in the City. With brand new subs along with the classics, this looks like your new City lunch spot.
With so many Londoners flooding through their doors every day, any change to Pret's menu is kind of a big deal.
Today the chain revealed their biggest new menu in their 33 year history. Driven by what their customers are asking for, the new menu features - as you might expect - more veggie and vegan options. But it's also going to see more products available throughout the day. So when you fancy a salad pot in the middle of the afternoon, just
If you've suspected for quite some time that your lunch game is a little off, then news of the latest lunch innovation at Gunpowder Tower Bridge will only serve to confirm that.
They've teamed up with four popular Instagrammers to create a series of lunchtime sandwiches. Each of them will be available for two weeks at a time during the working week to take away. As you might imagine, they not only sound good but should be eminently
Fresh from their successful pop-up at Browns over the summer, Missy Flynn and Gabriel Pryce - the team behind everyone's favourite Rita's Dining - are opening a tiny deli and sandwich spot on Lower Stable Street in King's Cross.
Shoreditch folk looking to break out of their usual lunchtime rut should head straight for Boxpark Shoreditch today where legendary sarnie purveyors Sub Cult are setting up shop. "Longer hours, 7 days a week from 12pm PLUS a pimped up menu!" they tweeted this week.
If you haven't tried their swoonsome sandwiches before, they're New York inspired gourmet sub rolls made with their own bagel-brioche hybrid buns. Think flavours like:
If you've been craving the amazing katsu sandwiches chef Tim Anderson has been posting on Instagram, then the good news is he's now opened a place where you can get them.
Nanban have just opened Nanban Express, a hatch on Brixton's Electric Lane, serving up what they're calling "a grab-and-go menu of Japanese sandwiches and salads". The hatch, which opened
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Finsbury Park gets a tiny hole in the wall sandwich shop aimed at chefs coming off shift and other late ngiht stop outs.
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