Sandwich shop owned by the 11th Earl of Sandwich, serving a choice of 13 types of hot sandwich
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Earl of Sandwich
38-40 Ludgate HillLondonEC4M 7DE
- +44 (0)20 7248 0261
- Public transport:
- City Thameslink, National Railway
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Découverts à Paris (Disney Village) et tombés par hasard sur celui de Londres, affamé entre deux trois expos, j'ai directement su que ce serait une bonne idée de m'y arrêter, d'après le chouette souvenir que j'avais déjà d'eux.
Ils ont un peu l'arrogance de mettre sur leur façade "best hot sandwiches of the word" mais finalement, c'est très surement les meilleurs sandwichs que j'ai pu manger,...more
I've never heard of this place until a friend of mine from the states mentioned that she wanted to go check it out, and I'm so thankful that we went. This place is within walking distance to St. Paul's Cathedral, and is the PERFECT place to grab a bite to eat before or after visiting the tourist site.
My friend and I got both the earls club and the original, and we shared. Both sandwiches...more
Who goes all the way from Embankment to St. Pauls to eat at a chain sandwich place? Me!
A colleague raved about this place so decided to give it a try - hey it's only a bus ride away. It's funny when you walk in, it does feel like an American chain. A bit bizarre with a name like Earl of Sandwich, you'd think it would be British!
I had the Full Montagu and it was delicious! Sadly the...more
A nice spot for a good, quick lunch near Saint Paul's Cathedral. I had their Original sandwich and it was good although the meat was sometimes a bit hard. The bread was very good!
My friend used the toilets and told me they were very clean, that's a plus!more
Found this place while wandering about London. Actually, we've had the Las Vegas version of Earl of Sandwich. The Vegas location is what got us hooked. London... well, it wasn't as good.
If you're desperate for some nutrition, grab a bite and walk down Fleet Street to Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese.