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Jack’s Clapham pride themselves on being purveyors of posh nosh and honest grub. An independently run café just a hop, skip and a jump from Clapham Junction station, Jack’s will give you the closest bacon butty to the one you would make in your own pan. Whether you are a crispy bacon connoisseur or strictly a tomato sauce addict, Jack’s staff take care in serving your bacon butty exactly how you like it. You can eat in or have your bacon butty to go, either way you are in for a hearty treat.
After one year of research founder of Le Swine James and his comrade Bruno decided to take the ultimate bacon butty to the streets of London and beyond. Le Swine serves up porky goodness in a 1960’s Austin Morris camper van at Spitalfields, Broadgate Circle or Broadway Market. A reinvented camper van selling bacon butty’s, with their bacon sourced from a farm that goes back as far as the Victorian era, will be sure to tick all of your bacon buttons. Le Swine home make everything, from their very own recipe of toasted milk and onion baps, to bacon butter, swinez tomato sauce and mushroom ketchup. The topping on their happy pig sandwich is the must-try duck egg.
Toastits aims to feed hungry mouths, stand out from the crowd and subvert expectations of the normal homemade toasted sandwich. Toasting up a gourmet bacon butty is a heart warming role for founder Phillippa Fern. If you want your bacon butty experience to be one of personality and passion, then Toastits will provide all of the thrills. All ingredients used are locally sourced and served on delicious artisan Sourdough bread. Toasits cater for all veggie gobblers or meat eating customers. For excellent bacon butty results, Toastits recommend adding a fried duck egg.