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Max Halley’s cult Stroud Green café has won renown as an “outstanding, cheap ’n’ cheerful” gourmet option, thanks to its wild, wacky and wickedly enjoyable selection of sarnies, each of which amounts to what’s effectively a meal between slices of bread (be prepared to get your hands dirty).
Who knew sarnies could be so exciting? Max Halley’s “fun and noisy” Crouch Hill café puts others to shame with its paper parcels of enticing stuffed-focaccia creations, washed down with some good beers.
“Epic sarnies” – home-baked focaccia stuffed with hot fillings – make “legend” Max Halley’s Crouch Hill sandwich shop an entertaining destination, whose “great value” door-stops are accompanied by “good beers and nice grooves on the jukebox”. (Now also at Birthdays in Stoke Newington.)
Decidedly not for office workers: Max Halley’s Crouch Hill shop sells meal-sized home-baked focaccia stuffed with hot fillings alongside beer, wine and cocktails, evenings and weekends only. “Great sarnies, great booze and great service from Max and co”.
|Wine per bottle||£20.00|
19 Crouch Hill, London, N4 4AP
|Wednesday||6 pm‑11 pm|
|Thursday||6 pm‑11 pm|
|Friday||6 pm‑12 am|
|Saturday||11 am‑12 am|
|Sunday||11 am‑6 pm|