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Best sandwich you've ever eaten?

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KatherineJaneway Tue 08-Oct-19 15:37:07

Mine was egg and crab purchased in an Italian bar. Closely followed by prawns in dill mayonnaise that Pret sold years ago.

You?

Hoppinggreen Tue 08-Oct-19 15:38:41

I had an amazing Reuben sandwich at NASA in Florida of all places.
Funnily enough I remember the sandwich and DD doing an explosive poo but not much else about the day

MadisonAvenue Tue 08-Oct-19 15:47:51

A French dipped beef sandwich at Phillipe’s in downtown LA.
A friend recommended the place and we walked for over an hour trying to find it with very few directions and a poor mobile internet signal.

KTD27 Tue 08-Oct-19 15:50:19

I want to say a beef po’boy in New Orleans but honestly that’s a close second to the chicken mozerella and jalapeño panini I had after doing the glucose tolerance test at 28 weeks pregnant. I was STARVING. I still think about it now...

Teddybear45 Tue 08-Oct-19 15:53:43

Anything from M&S’ plant based kitchen Range. Wow. I also love the tortilla and pimientos padrones baguettes in spain.

HoldMyLobster Tue 08-Oct-19 15:55:46

I'm not a big fan of sandwiches but I had an amazing one just recently, at a restaurant called The Farm north of Chicago. Ham & Gruyere on toasted bread, with some delicious kind of mustard.

HoldMyLobster Tue 08-Oct-19 15:56:07

I want to say a beef po’boy in New Orleans

My second is probably a shrimp po'boy from New Orleans.

SDTGisAnEvilWolefGenius Tue 08-Oct-19 15:58:32

Mine is the one I get to make, occasionally, after we’ve had a roast chicken with home made stuffing and bread sauce.

Fresh white bread, salted butter, cold chicken (with plenty of skin), sage, onion and bacon stuffing and a layer of cold bread sauce. Heaven.

Gazelda Tue 08-Oct-19 16:00:09

Ham and cottage cheese on white doorstep. From the sandwich shop next to Barclays. They used to put it in a paper bag to takeaway. I'd then munch it on the bench while waiting for the bus. Had to be eaten cold though.

AdaColeman Tue 08-Oct-19 16:04:23

The slice of toast with raspberry jam a lovely nurse brought me at about 3am, when I finally came round after an operation that had started early the previous afternoon.
I will always remember her kindness!

managedmis Tue 08-Oct-19 16:05:37

A lamb sandwich at Melbourne Victoria Market

Hot lamb, fresh bread, some sort of garlicy goodness, fresh salad

Just utter perfection

dotty12345 Tue 08-Oct-19 16:07:59

M &S used to do a mature cheddar, apple and fromage fre on walnut bread. Lush!

RuffleCrow Tue 08-Oct-19 16:11:06

Some kind of mozzarella, basil and tomato bagel from a deli in New York. I know it sounds boring but it was stacked about 5 inches high and the flavours were incredible.

WhereDoesThisToiletGo Tue 08-Oct-19 16:12:25

A Philly Cheesesteak sandwich in - where else - Philadelphia.
Wonderful but left me stuffed for 24 hours (and I eat loads!)

Ellabella989 Tue 08-Oct-19 16:12:51

Mine was a fresh crab meat on thick brown bread served by the beach in East Dorset. It also came with a side of perfectly cooked chips too 🤤

SpuriouserAndSpuriouser Tue 08-Oct-19 16:14:37

I had a really, really tasty tofu (of all things!) sandwich at a café in Barcelona several years ago. I’ve not been back to Barcelona since and I don’t think I would be able to remember where the cafe was but it was DELICIOUS!

dragongirlx Tue 08-Oct-19 16:15:38

One Christmas season pret did a beef wellington sandwich with lovely thin roast beef and a mushroom spread. It was heaven. Next year it was gone and I still miss it.

massistar Tue 08-Oct-19 16:18:28

Our local bakers does a focaccia with roast beef, swiss cheese, gherkin, rocket and chutney. it is utterly divine.

Lolly34h Tue 08-Oct-19 16:18:30

Cheese cucumber and onion with salad cream on white bread!! Or chicken and stuffing with a freshly cooked chicken dip one slice of bread in the cooking juice off the chicken

BillyAndTheSillies Tue 08-Oct-19 16:18:48

I used to go to a sandwich bar before lectures that did an incredible ham, cheese and coleslaw baguette. Importantly, the baguette was always warm.

More recently an amazing Ruben from Monty's Deli.

Frazzlerock Tue 08-Oct-19 16:21:48

Banana

yetanothernane Tue 08-Oct-19 16:23:09

I used to buy doorstep wedge sandwiches from a little indipendent shop in my local town.... About 12 years ago!. The best was a BLT with lashings of mayo or failing that a ham salad with thick chunks of ham.

I moved out the area years ago and I still remember them. Feeling a bit peckish now 😒

Loopydizzylove Tue 08-Oct-19 16:24:24

Ready for the disgust here......... Chichen and mushroom pot noodle, cheese slice and dorito sandwich!!! Complete mouthgasm grin

LittleAndOften Tue 08-Oct-19 16:25:04

My first ever sub, from upstate New York in 1998. It was tuna, salad and gherkins. I'd never eaten gherkins. It was the sandwich of dreams!

HappyDinosaur Tue 08-Oct-19 16:27:22

Crispy bacon, mature cheddar cheese, mayonnaise and barbecue sauce with soft tiger loaf bread, homemade but amazing!

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