The guys behind Dom’s Subs (just one of whom is definitely known as Dom btw) will all the time be ‘all proper by me’. This is as a result of they named their first café after one of my favorite novels. A novel and surprising strategy to curry favour with the editor of Time Out? Maybe, and it actually paid off for them in the finish. They’re doing thrilling collabs with Carhartt and I’m sat in my kitchen writing about them. Like a loser.
It was solely a matter of time earlier than Dom and Greg outgrew their Hackney Road digs. To attempt their sarnies is to like them. They merely want extra shops to shift their meaty, saucy treasures. To underline this arch-capitalist, expansionist ethos the boys have in truth opened their new branch in the precise City of London. Inside the husk of a former branch of Subway, on Bevis Marks, to be exact.
Photo: Dom’s Subs
‘We’re simply in the gentle opening stage at the second, simply doing walk-ins, midday till three, for this week whereas we get a really feel for it,’ Greg Boyce instructed Time Out. ‘But saying that we’re very excited with the new area. We’ve needed to have a devoted sandwich store for a lot of, a few years and it feels actually good. Tried to maintain the vibes of Lanark espresso and the late nice Visions whereas giving it a bit of its personal identification. Food can be superb and repair can be sketchy as all the time!’
To additional stress how good Dom’s Subs’ subs are: I actually simply ordered myself one for lunch as a outcome of penning this publish. To take into consideration the sandwich is to need the sandwich. Good luck at Big School, lads.
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