Best sandwich shops in Edinburgh
- Eating and Drinking Guide
- 28 September 2016
Grab a quick bite to eat at these take-away lunchtime favourites
Forgot to take lunch to work again? Fear not, Edinburgh has sandwich shops a plenty, so you can slip away from your desk without anyone even noticing. We're not talking your average cheese and tomato sarnie either; these guys go big for food on the go, with hog rolls, Italian home baking and epic grilled cheese sandwiches.
Taken from the 2016/17 The List Eating & Drinking Guide – £5.95 (plus p&p)
80 Bruntsfield Place, Southside, EH10 4HG
The latest addition to Bruntsfield; small contemporary café specialising in savoury cheese and sweet Nutella-filled melts.
read our review of Meltmongers
82 Canongate, Old Town, EH8 8BZ
34 Victoria Street, Old Town, EH1 2JW
Cracklingly delicious slow-roasted hog rolls from these farm-owned, city-centre café/takeaways.
oinkhogroast.co.uk/ | read our reviews of Oink (Canongate) and Oink (Victoria Street)
24 Marchmont Crescent, Southside, EH9 1HG
In the centre of Marchmont lies a little café with a hearty dose of banter and good home-baking.
read our review of The Pastures
38 Easter Road, East End, EH7 5RG
Busy little café serving traditional rustic Italian home-cooking to an appreciative breakfast and lunchtime crowd.
read our review of Polentoni