Indulge in a breakfast or five during National Sandwich Week (8th – 14th May)
National Sandwich Week (8th-14th May) is nearly upon us and to celebrate we’ve rounded up the TOP 5 breakfast and brunch sandwiches that London has to offer!
Melt Room have two magnificent sandwich Melts for breakfast this sandwich week: The Benedict Melt (£4.50) and The Full Works (£5.00). The Benedict Melt is a sumptuous spin on the classic eggs benedict Melt Room Style: Scrambled eggs, York ham, vintage cheddar cheese and hollandaise sauce all magnificently melted in between two pieces of delicious sourdough toast. OR The Full Works. Not for the faint hearted, this Melt Room staple is sure to set you on the right path for the rest of your day: Gloucestershire Old Spot Sausages, scrambled eggs, smoked bacon and HP relish topped with melted keens cheddar…and altogether in one gorgeous grilled cheese!? Breakfast never Melt so good…
Looking for a breakfast sandwich with more bite? Look no further than Rocket in Bishopsgate who offer a Saturday brunch menu which includes a delectable breakfast Club Sandwich (£8), packed with perfectly grilled chicken breast, crispy prosciutto, egg, mayonnaise, fresh tomatoes and rocket.
Rocket Bishopsgate is a fresh and vibrant restaurant situated on Bishopsgate adjacent to The Broadgate Tower and the relaxed vibe and professional service provides the perfect retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life.
To Celebrate British Sandwich Week, Victory Mansion is serving up something sublime – a burnt Miso Prawn Toast perfectly fitting for brunch. For only £6 it arrives before you with sesame seed sprinklings and just the right amount of chili, this delight will be sure to give you the right kind of kick. If consumed alongside one of VM’s sophisticated swills, behold the perfect duo to spur on your weekend.
Polo Bar is renowned for its infamous pancakes and fry ups but little did you know that the breakfast sandwiches are one of London’s best kept secrets! Go for the ultimate Breakfast club Sandwich with free range egg, grilled bacon, sausage, tomato, lettuce, caramelised red onion, cheese and topped off with hash browns for £8.50 or put your taste buds to the test with a spicy twist – The Spicy Bacon Sub will be sure to wake you up with bacon, chilli cheese and jalapeno for £4.90.
And the best part is that you can tuck into both 24/7 with Polo Bar’s round the clock service – no excuse to miss out!
It’s the most important meal of the day, so there’s even more reason to feast on Brew’s ever-popular Treacle Cured Bacon Sandwich (£8.90). A far cry from your average bacon sandwich, the renowned antipodean breakfast pit stop serve theirs with locally sourced sweet cured bacon, aioli, crisp baby gem lettuce, juicy vine tomatoes and home-made tomato jam – all stacked on Brew’s freshly baked toasted pide (made in store every day!). Adding sliced Hass avocado (£10.90) is also an option, and highly recommended. This brilliant breakfast sarnie is best enjoyed with a large Brew – of course!