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
Finsbury Park gets a tiny hole in the wall sandwich shop aimed at chefs coming off shift and other late ngiht stop outs.
8/5/17 - updated with details of the sandwiches
It seems increasingly to be the year of the sandwich, from Burgerac’s Sonic Sandwich to the eye-watering toasties at The Cheese Bar in Camden. And now, new for 2017 - Sandwich
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We'll admit we are VERY big fans of Max's Sandwich Bar on Stroud Green Road. It's been the winner of Best Cheap Eats at the Observer Food Monthly Awards and, to our mind, creates some of the best sandwiches in London. But if you haven't had the chance to head to the original yet, another Max's is on the way. This time he's heading over to Dalston for an extended residency of six
In a nutshell: Takeaway baguettes and Egg Benedicts to-go from Yolk
Summing it all up: Former pop-up Yolk’s bringing takeaway lunch to the next level with very, very fine baguettes with fillings like duck and steak, while those grabbing something on their way to work can get Eggs Benedict to go.
What: Sonic Sandwich
In a nutshell: Fish finger sarnies and BLTs from the burger maestro Burgerac
Summing it all up: If you like your sandwiches classic and comforting, and ideally accompanied by nachos, get down to Sonic Sandwich, Burgerac’s newest venture, in Little Portland Street’s The Social.
27/2/17 - updated with launch details
Of the many food trucks going permanent in London that we’ve witnessed lately, we must confess we’re extra glad to find out one of will be The Cheese Bar, purveyor of intensely comforting grilled cheese sandwiches.
After three years selling out of an old ice-cream van, The Cheese Truck will be reborn as The Cheese Bar, dishing out gooey grilled
Boom Burger have been meaning to open in Brixton for some time - and now they're finally settling down with the Boom Shack. It's the latest venture from the founder of the original burger joint on Portobello Road, Joshua De Lisser.
The main part of Boom Shack is the cocktail bar, with the focus is more firmly on the Caribbean-influenced drinks menu. At breakfast,
When Michelin-starred chefs meet street food specialists, it seems only amazing things can happen. The Sellers Sub is a new sandwich that’s the lovechild of Tom Sellers from Michelin-starred Story and Sub Cult, and even the description packs a punch.
It’ll consist of Asian-fusion duck sausage, Gruyere cheese, cucumber relish, fermented ginger mustard, spring onions, watercress and five-spice
Breakfast wine, deep-fried oyster baguettes and vermouth gelato - The Remedy is launching a new all-day menu, and it’s an absolute corker.
So what's on offer? While the fresher-faced among us will be able to grab everything a conscientious worker would want first thing - flakey pastries, homemade granola, freshly pressed juices and coffee - they’ll also be serving "breakfast tipple in
You may have come across Earl’s Serious Sandwiching at various festivals or markets over the past few years. But now the sarnie street food spot is moving to more permanent quarters in the City.
Situated, incredibly aptly on Crown Place, off Earl St (behind Liverpool Street) the new place is the brainchild of Joe Gray, who trained up with Jamie Oliver's Fifteen and got help from the Prince's Trust in putting his business together.
On the menu in his new city spot
If, like us, you watched the movie Chef and came out dying to try a good Cuban sandwich in London, only to discover they're rarer than hen's teeth here, then we bring you great news.
The Forge Cantina is a Latin American street food residency running upstairs at The Forge in Camden and they've got this rather marvellous looking Cuban sarnie on the menu. The Cubano (£8.40) features hot pressed brioche packed with pulled pork, glazed ham, swiss cheese, fresh dill pickles