Grill Melt Bagel
Eat New York
Not just the best sandwich in Manchester, but the Hot Salt Beef butty is probably the best sandwich in the world - and Eat New York's version is outstanding. Jam-packed with layers and layers of salt beef, it's topped with grilled cheese, jalapenos, pickles, mustard and their very own house sauce. Hard to beat this one.
GIY Grilled Cheese
Famed throughout the land for their grilled cheese related escapades, Northern Soul have decided to put the ball in your court with their 'GIY' kit - a 'Grill-it-yourself' experience where you can make your own at home but using their top-notch ingredients. One of the best sandwiches that money can buy.
Vegetarian Samosa Burger
Okay, so Scene call this a burger, but I'm arguing that it's not at all. In fact, I'm proclaiming this a sandwich through and through and so it's place on this list is totally justified. It's also on this list because it's bloody brilliant - basically a huge samosa between some bread and topped with all of your favourite Indian condiments. Absolutely mega.
The team at Grindsmith have been banging out the home deliveries for a fair few weeks now and they've probably send out more of their CBLT Sandwich more than anything else - and the reason is because it's out-of-this-world good. Any fan of butties, chicken, bacon and flavour will be extremely happy indeed.
Lamb Sausage Roll
Evelyn's Cafe Bar
You may just think this is a bog-standard sausage butty but it's not. It's around a million times better than a normal one and it's all because of the sausages. Evelyn's use Merguez Lamb ones, which are very possibly the greatest sausage that humans have ever made - spicy, meaty and mouth-wateringly delicious - they elevate this sarnie into the upper echelons of greatness.
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Atlantic Fish Bar
No need to mess with a classic and this should surely rank as one of the best sandwiches of all time. Double carbs it may be but you canne beat a good chip butty and Atlantic in Chorlton will deliver one to your gaff. Get it pissing in vinegar and salt and enjoy with a tin of Tizer and a pickled egg.