These are just some of the great sandwiches in Los Angeles that we are sharing with you. They may go by many different names, and have many types of 'bread', one thing all sandwiches on this are a must try list and a great meal for eating on the go, or is ideal for picking up.
This list has meat lovers covered, pescatarian covered, and vegetarians covered, including a homemade pastrami in a very unique sandwich in Culver City, to a Banh Mi in West LA that will be on your go to list. Looking for a great classic meatball sub sandwich? What about a lox and bagel sandwich where the bagels and the lox are both house made? LAeats brings you 7 must try sandwiches are some of the best sandwiches in LA, including classics,and reimagined originals, that feature their own baked ciabatta bread. This list will give you some different places to try across Los Angeles for take out and pick up.
We all love sandwiches, and LAeats has tried quite a few along the way to a 1,000+ curated reviews all over Southern California, old school meets new school with the braised short rib sandwich at this classic Italian deli. Plus a traditional Tuna Melt at an LA Legend, and an Egg Salad sandwich that will have you driving to Echo Park for a Japanese style sandwich that will change how you view and eat Egg Salad.
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#7 BANH MI
West Hollywood & West Los Angeles, CA
#6 TUNA MELT
Beverly Hills, CA
Nate’ N Al
#5 MR. CHI SANDWICH
Culver City, CA
Ms Chi Cafe
Domingo’s Italian Deli
#3 EGG SALAD
Echo Park, CA
#2 MEATBALL SUB
Woodland Hills CA
Cricca's Italian Deli
#1 NO. 3
Toluca Lake, CA
Hank's a deli of sorts...
“These are some sandwiches you got to try”
Here is the list
- #7 BANH MI - Phorage
- #6 TUNA MELT -Nate’ N Al
- #5 MR. CHI SANDWICH - Ms Chi Cafe
- #4 BRASATO - Domingo’s Italian Deli
- #3 EGG SALAD-Konbi
- #2 MEATBALL SUB.- Cricca's Italian Deli
- #1 NO. 3 - Hank's a deli of sorts...