The Ambulance, The Moo Point
Once a stall at numerous festivals, the Moo Point now operates as a fully functional sandwich shop, on Residency Road. Chef and Owner Nikhil Malhotra also runs a farm that supplies quality meat cuts and cheeses used at the shop and supplied to other reputed kitchens around the city.
Created on special request, The Ambulance, is a sandwich designed to command the full attention of the young college going crowd that frequents the restaurant.
With layers, of their signature juicy beef tenderloin, cooked to medium rare, crunchy triple cooked fries seasoned with cheddar, sliced smoked chicken, strips of bacon topped with stringy mozzarella, between slices of fragrant garlicky bread. A favourite with meat lovers who want more or anyone with the Midnight Munchies, order now!
Cubano, Red Fork
What happens when chefs get hungry? They feed us! Created in the kitchen of Red Fork, the hungry chefs, waited for inspiration to strike as they put together leftovers between slices of homemade bread, sealed on a hot grill. A week after, they put the Cubano on the menu, a combination of double cooked pork shoulder and pork belly with a heap of caramelised onions, fresh herbs, layers of honey glazed ham, pickled cucumbers, smoked Scamorza cheese between slices of homemade sour dough bread. Loaded with goodness, this one’s definitely worth sinking your teeth into.
Smoked Beef Sandwich with Onion Jam, Rocket, Tomato and Mozzarella, Cafe Thulp
Cafe Thulp is famed to be the city’s one stop shop for burgers, sandwiches and milkshakes that are messy, full of flavour and addictive. This sandwich combines a beef fillet that is prepped and smoked for a minimum of 15 hours, served with a homemade sweet, tart reduction of onion, wine jam, fresh buffalo mozzarella and trace of rocket and tomatoes. With its sweet, spicy and smoky flavours, the Smoked Beef Sandwich with Onion Jam, Rocket, Tomato and Mozzarella is highly recommended.
The Croque Suzy, Lazy Suzy
Enjoying a great spot on 80ft road Indiranagar, two former sous chefs from The Oberoi put a twist on the classic ham and cheese sandwich, The Croque Suzy is made with homemade pepper brioche bread stuffed with cheesy cream sauce, bread, ham, béchamel sauce topped with a fried egg. Gooey, moist and delicious — a perfect sandwich for breakfast, lunch or dinner. You decide!
Dirty Dog, The Hole in The Wall Café
If your week is busy and you don’t have time for the extravagance of waffles and hash browns, call for the Dirty Dog sandwich that combines your favourite breakfast elements within the length of a bread roll. With fries, cheese sauce, a side of sautéed veggies, strips of bacon and a juicy chicken Frankfurter garnished with onions thrown together, this one’s recommended for those who love breakfast any time of the day.
Sandwich Sliders, Church Street Social
Order the Vegetarian Sandwich slider at Church Street Social that comes with three fillings of Caprese, curried ratatouille and falafel with Sriraja hummus served with aioli dip. In case you feel adventurous, try the Paprika Fish with Chargrilled Pineapple with Thousand Island Dip for its exquisite taste.
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