A sandwich makes for a great breakfast meal full of vegetables, sliced or grated cheese along with cottage cheese for vegetarians and a variety of meats for the meat-lovers, between two or more slices of bread. Best companion of any beverage, be it coffee or juice. Began as a finger food in the West, has now become a delectable treat worldwide. Perfect for picnics, school lunch due to its portability and convenience in eating. Here are a few recommendations for places to have one of the best sandwiches delhi for both meat-lovers and the vegetarians!
The Blue Door, Khan Market
Fabulous breakfast joint in Khan Market is known for its exquisite food. Prepared with the freshest ingredients, Italian Parm Ham and Cheese sandwich is truly satiating with rocket leaves and avocados. The Mushroom and Spinach Focaccia is another treat to be experienced, which is created with garlic sauteed mushroom, spinach, lettuce and melted cheese all grilled in Focaccia bread.
Hawker’s House, Jangpura Extension
Tuna, ham, and chicken apart from the ones made from cheese and vegetables… Providing a variety is not the only thing here, the sandwiches are prepared right in front of you and packing in a cling film. The green chutney’s tanginess beats any ketchup flavour. With soft and non-crumbling breads, these sandwiches are delightful.
Wenger’s Deli, Connaught Place
One of Delhi’s finest delis, this place has been here for ages, and that is said in the best of regards. Desserts, and sandwiches are rich and succulent. Especially the Chicken Sandwich served here, a simple sandwich oozes freshness from all the firm ingredients used. No fancies or frills, just a plain old sandwich how it’s meant to be.
Smoke House Deli, Hauz Khas
If you’re one to fancy elaborate sandwiches and stuffing’s, Smoke House Deli is your kind of place. It’s located in other places as well. Their extensive menu is something contains a whole page especially for in-house artisan cold sandwiches, which are quite diversified. You can get the Smoked Pimento and Leeks Sandwich or the Roast Tenderloin sandwich or even the Turkey Pastrami with Gouda Croissant. Not only that, they have a wide range of breads to choose from too including spelt whole wheat, toasted bagel, or the whole wheat tartine rye.
Jain Coffee House, Chawri Bazar
Talking about hidden gems in Delhi, the Jain Coffee House comes to mind. This tiny place has served to patrons from all over, and its ‘desi-style’ sandwiches and coffee is wonderful. Their hit is the Fruit Sandwich, a dubious fusion of seasonal fruits, cottage cheese (paneer), buttered bread and an undisclosed concoction of fruit sugar. Creamy paneer and piquant fruitiness is surprisingly congenial.
Tony’s, Vijay Nagar
Popular for a farrago of sweet and savoury sandwiches prove to be delicious! This is a favourite sandwich joint along with a bright yellow signboard tucked away in the residential area of Vijay Nagar. While you’re there, you must try the Hawaiian Nutella which is served with pineapple slices, chocolate syrup and plentiful white chocolate chips. A few more highlights are the Italian Job and the Haughty Sausage Sandwiches.
The Joint Cafe, DLF Galleria
This tiny yet cozy cafe has a homey decor and serves delectable sandwiches in huge portions! Break your routine, get out, try new sandwiches for a change. Take the time out to check out the Cheeky Bastard, Smoked Turkey, Green & Garden Sandwiches amongst others to satiate your hunger and the thrill to try new things.
Big Fat Sandwich, Select Citywalk
Comparable to a stealth startup in a wishy-washy Californian garage, situated in the outdoors of the in-distinctive Ambience Mall. Creating a laidback, chilled-out ambience, this place serves one of the best sandwiches. Worth mentioning are the ‘The Old School’ which is served in a deli-esque packing, it’s a bacon-wrapped, Gouda-lined lamb burger; the ‘Say Cheese’ and the ‘Muhsaboom’!
The Mushaboom is loaded with velvety cheese on veggies.
Mouth starts watering only writing about all of these exceptional locations for having appetizing sandwiches. Do get your butt of your chai