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GO Sandwich Bars in West London

Sandwich bars in West London Finding a place to grab a sandwich isn’t difficult in West London as there’s plenty of venues to choose from.

For your classically continental goats cheese and roast vegetable combo or a good old fashioned BLT you’ll find plenty of famous name places to sit back and watch the world go by for a few precious minutes. Choose from familiar names such as Starbucks, Café Nero and O’Briens.

Alternatively, try one of the many independent venues in which to savour a sarnie or sip a coffee or juice drink.

The Squat and Gobble [map], Tottenham Street, is a fine place to have an organic bap in comfortable surroundings. Don’t be put off by the name – this place is a very popular eatery and has a great reputation for its excellent sandwiches that combine the freshest of ingredients with new twists on old favourites.

For an alternative to a junk food venue head to Old Compton Café [map], Old Compton Street, which offers healthy alternatives. Tucked away close to the tube station, Old Compton Café is a funky and individual venue that’s particularly popular with a young gay clientele. This is a great place to socialise and have a sandwich or less healthy fry-up and chill out with friends.

If you’re on the search for a sandwich shop that combines vegetarian offerings with lots of choice for dedicated meat and fish eaters try Café Em [map], Frith Street. Excellent value for money rules here and yet there’s no skimping on the quality of the food. Try a large salad, falafel or the famous Café Em fishcakes and you’ll definitely be back for more.

Take a break from the shopping and pay a visit to one of the world’s most famous food halls.

Fortnum & Mason [map], Piccadilly, is the perfect place to take a breather during a retail therapy adventure. Choose from a range of international, continental and exotic sandwiches and lunch options or if you’re visiting mid-morning go for Fortnum’s Farmhouse Breakfast complimented by an unusual tea or coffee.

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