It had to happen someday - lobster rolls are so hugely popular in London that it was only a matter of time before Pret launched their own version. And now it's finally here - served up in their traditional baguette, not in the brioche roll that you might have expected.
We're told the roll will be "high-quality Maine Lobster, dressed with lemon chilli mayo, crispy cos lettuce and cucumber, all finished with a
TA TA Eatery are renowned for serving up the very best katsu sandos in town. And now they're opening London's first katsu sando shop - which will also be open for late night snacks.
Sometimes there really is little better in life than a great sandwich. And, if you know where to look, London has some of the very best examples of putting wonderful things between two slices of bread. Let us guide you to sandwich nirvana.
Yes, it's that time again - where the menus of London's restaurants, cafes, burger joints and sandwich emporiums all come with added seasonal fare. We've rounded up what to expect this Christmas. Keep checking back for more specials...
From humble beginnings as a Spitalfields food truck to a full blown sandwich restaurant and dive bar in Fitzrovia, Passyunk Avenue has arrived in its new bricks-and-mortar form to ply us with cheesesteaks, meatball sandwiches and scrapple - a type of pork meatloaf.
Another US chain is looking to make a splash in London with the arrival of Which Wich. It's a build your own sandwich place with all manner of options available to you.
Sub Cult is bringing their deli-style sub rolls to Finsbury Avenue Square’s pop-up shipping containers for 18 months.
You may have seen Sub Cult around the likes of Maltby Street, Leather Lane, and Brockley Market, serving up their bagel-brioche sub rolls out of their big monochrome van. Now City workers will be able to get a taste at breakfast and lunch, including subs like:
Coming to Westfield Stratford, hard on the heels of another American import Shake Shack, is Pot Belly. It's the first European opening of the hugely popular US sandwich shop, specialising in hot, toasted sandwiches and hand-dipped (aka handmade, rather than machine-dispensed) shakes and smoothies.
The chain was founded in Chicago back in 1977 and named after the potbelly stove store they were first served up in. The signature sarnie is a Wreck - featuring salami,