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Breaking bread: it's your favourite sandwiches in London

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Sonya Barber
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We asked you to recommend your favourite place for sarnies, doorsteps and subs. Here's who joined the club...

The Good Schnit: The City

 

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'The Good Schnit is basically food sex in your mouth. Highly recommended.' Cameron C, via www.timeout.com

Old Courthouse Café: High Barnet


'The Courthouse Club at the Old Courthouse Café is the best hangover cure!' Liam Judge, via Facebook

The Joint: Brixton

 

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'The Joint's pulled pork sandwich in Brixton Village. The onion rings aren't bad either.' Matt Veal, via Facebook

Kati Roll Company: Soho


'I am a regular at the Kati Roll Company and the sandwiches are bloody brilliant! Well recommended.' Guy_in_London, via www.timeout.com

The Frenchie: Broadway Market


'The Frenchie at Broadway Market is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G.' Raquel Romero, via Facebook

Sub Cult: various locations

 

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'Sub Cult on Berwick Street: Cracking brioche subs - I had a pulled pork and crackling one that went down really easy. They do one with scallops and bacon that's great too.' Ed P, via www.timeout.com

Liberty Cheesesteak: various locations


'Liberty Cheesesteak, without a doubt! Good quality, filling, and tasty - what more can you want?' Nickie C, via www.timeout.com

Did we miss your favourite? Let us know in the comments!

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