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Sarnie Party festival dedicated to sandwiches is running in London this weekend

The Lowdown: Sarnie Party

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A new festival dedicated to food stuffed between bread kicks off in north London today (17 May), proof if ever we needed it that the nation has become even more sandwich obsessed than usual.

Subway announces sale to Roark Capital owner of US chains Arby’s and Buffalo Wild Wings

Subway announces sale to Roark Capital

By James McAllister

Subway has entered into an agreement to be acquired by affiliates of Roark Capital, the owner of US chains Arby’s and Buffalo Wild Wings, for a reported $9.55bn (£7.6bn).

Subway nears $9.6bn sale to Arby's owner Roark Capital

Subway nears $9.6bn sale to Roark Capital

By James McAllister

Sandwich giant Subway is set to be acquired by Roark Capital, the owner of US chains Arby’s and Buffalo Wild Wings, in a deal worth $9.6bn.

Flash-grilled: Andrei Soen mastermind behind Singapore's Park Bench Deli has come to London to launch 'amped up' sandwich concept Dollars at Rondo...

Flash-grilled: Andrei Soen

By James McAllister

The mastermind behind Singapore's Park Bench Deli has come to London to launch 'amped up' sandwich concept Dollars at Rondo La Cave in Holborn.

How I Got Here: Jack Macrae head chef and co-founder Mondo Sando at The White Horse in London's Peckham

How I Got Here: Jack Macrae

By James McAllister

The co-founder and head chef of cult sandwich brand Mondo Sando, which has recently launched a long-term residency at The White Horse in London's Peckham, discusses his career to date.

How I Got Here with Morty & Bob's founder Charlie Phillips

How I Got Here: Charlie Phillips

By James McAllister

Charlie Phillips, who cut his teeth as a commis chef at The River Café, is the founder of premium fast-casual restaurant brand and grilled-cheese specialist Morty & Bob’s

Latest opening: Sons + Daughters

Latest opening: Sons + Daughters

By James McAllister

Pidgin pair James Ramsden and Sam Herlihy are looking to take a slice out of London’s premium sandwich sector with the launch of Sons + Daughters in Coal Drops Yard.

The Lowdown: the Tóu Dog by katsu sando pioneers Tóu by TĀTĀ Eatery

The Lowdown: the Tóu Dog

By James McAllister

Tóu by TĀTĀ Eatery, one of the London’s katsu sando pioneers, has launched its own gourmet hotdog; could this be the start of another foodie phenomenon?

Monty's Deli and Claw restaurants join Seven Dials street food market lineup

Monty's Deli and Claw join Seven Dials lineup

By James McAllister

Less than a month after it had to close its flagship Hoxton restaurant, Jewish deli specialists Monty’s Deli has confirmed it is to launch a further market site in London.

What’s next for Pret a Manger?

What’s next for Pret a Manger?

By Sophie Witts

The upcoming departure of long-time CEO Clive Schlee is the end of an era for Pret a Manger. What’s next for the group? And can the sandwich brand keep raking in the dough?

Street food sandwich outfit Sub Cult is to open its first bricks and mortar restaurant on London's Watling Street

Sub Cult to open first permanent site

By James McAllister

Street food sandwich outfit Sub Cult is to open its first bricks and mortar site next month on the city’s Watling Street.

Earl of Sandwich relaunching at Bluewater

Earl of Sandwich relaunching at Bluewater

By Liam Garrahan

Having closed its only UK branch in March 2014, Earl of Sandwich has announced that it is to be returning to England in Bluewater shopping centre, Essex.

106 Café to open on Baker Street

106 Café to open on Baker Street

By Melodie Michel

106 café will offer a seasonal all-day menu in a casual setting on London’s Baker Street from 11 August.

Premium sandwich becomes latest food trend

Move over hotdogs, the premium sandwich is here

By Joe Lutrario

Following restaurateur Iqbal Wahhab's claim that Mooli's could be the next 'Indian Pret A Manger' and with a number of other premium sandwich operators looking to expand, Restaurant magazine's Joe Lutrario asks if it's the...

Business profile: Benugo

Business profile: Benugo

By Paul Wootton

Warner brothers presents a group of bespoke restaurants in public spaces and a ground-breaking chain of sandwich bars. So how did the Benugo boys do it?

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