Sandwich Bars in Central London
|| Ploughmans or BLT?
Goats Cheese or Italian Salad? Whichever sandwich you
prefer and whether you want to eat on the move or take
the weight off your feet, there’s a range of options
available in Central London.
Visiting London is akin to stepping inside the home of
the sandwich bar. This is where the very first Pret
A Manger [map] and Starbucks [map] began their UK lives.
You’ll still find the ever reliable Pret, Starbucks, Café Nero and Benjy’s,
but there’s also a range of independently owned
coffee shops and sandwich bars.
Try Zoomslide Café, at The Photographers’
Great Newport Street, for lunchtime treats.
Vegetarians will find plenty of pasta, sandwiches
and salads. If you like fresh ingredients pop into the Wholemeal Vegetarian Café [map],
Neal’s Corner Sandwich Shop [map],
Monmouth Street, is a great international café
catering for a range of needs. Offering soup and snacks
as well as more filling alternatives, Neal’s is
a particular favourite with Londoners.
For sandwiches with an Italian twist check out Giovanni’s
Sandwich Bar [map],
Museum Street. Choose from a range using fresh ingredients
such as mozzarella, garden-fresh basil and ripe tomatoes.
Soup can warm you up on a cold day or help to cool you
down when the heat of the crowds gets a bit overwhelming.
There’s a range of establishments offering a wide
variety of soup and gazpacho, and a limited variety of
One particularly popular soup café is Soup Works [map] . Soup Works has become an institution amongst Londoners
and visitors alike and has more than eight restaurants
throughout London. Check out the Monthmouth Street branch.
Enjoy a pint with your sandwich at The Box Café
Monmouth Street, for a relaxing haven away from the busy
streets and an ideal place to rest when indulging in a
Over in the City business work hard and relax hard, if
you’re looking for a great sandwich bar here you
won’t be disappointed with the extensive range.
Try The Hiscox Art Café [map],
Great St Helen’s, and Turkish favourite The Sofra
Café [map], Ludgate Circus, for unusual sandwiches.
Vegetarians will find a good selection of eats in the
City including The Candid Café [map],
Torrens Street, and The Balcony Café [map],
at The Barbican, Silk Street, for a range of Mediterranean
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