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What's for Lunch? Doughmasters

By tikichris Last edited 112 months ago
What's for Lunch? Doughmasters
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Londonist asks that most pressing of daily concerns: where to go on your lunch break.

Doughmasters

20 Charlotte Street W1T 2NA

Nearest Tube: Goodge Street

020 7637 1158

10am-4.30pm (Monday – Friday)

Map

Expect to Pay: £3.50-£4.00

Rating: 7 out of 10

Self-described “creators of the popular rolled sandwiches,” Doughmasters differentiates itself from the multitude of London’s sandwich bars by preparing fresh dough daily on its premises. This dough is tasty stuff; we particularly appreciate the carbon-flavoured, slightly burnt bits on Doughmasters’ in-house product, which is used as the base for their rolled sandwiches and pizzas.

Aside from the dough, Doughmasters is a pretty run of the mill place. Its selection of sandwich fillings/pizza toppings is more than adequate but nothing phenomenal. The service, seating, etc are well within expectations too. Not bad and better than we expected, Doughmasters is a decent option to keep in mind next time you’re looking for a cheap, fast lunch.

In addition to the Charlotte Street location, Doughmasters has two locations in Croydon.

Photography by Chris Osburn © 2007

Last Updated 09 October 2007

John Martin

The sandwiches are nothing exceptional. Mine was served with an ice cold filling: I was never asked if they wanted to heat it. When I came back to the shop, they wanted to reheat it in an unhygienic manner, which would have resulted in the next customer being infected with my MRSA.

I had to stop them from this, and when I did so they refused to give me a new sandwich and were extremely rude, pointing their finger at me. Furthermore, it seemed to me that they used a low-quality cheese analogue instead of real cheese. Definately not coming back.

tikichris

Sorry to hear you have staph and that you didn't enjoy your meal at Doughmasters.