311 Regent Street, Mayfair, London W1B 2HW
- Oxford Circus Tube Station (0.1 km)
- Bond Street Tube Station (0.5 km)
- Contact us:
020 7636 1308
26 reviews of Make Mine in English
I was a student at Westminster University across the road and this was my favourite lunch time destination. Their Portobello Stack on ciabatta is easily one of my top three vegetarian sandwiches in London. It’s so hard to find veggie sandwiches that are full of flavour and have actual thought put into them. Great fresh ingredients and really tasty food! I’ve also never experienced the staff being rude but to be honest I’m usually too excited about my sandwich to notice anything.
Great place for a sandwich, wrap or salad. Definatley get the Chicken Saltimbocca, the best thing I have eaten from there so far. Not too expensive apart from the drinks but then it is on regent street and always freshly made is a top selling point.
I go to Westminster Uni just across the street and finally went here today after wanting something different for lunch than just a Boots sandwich. So delicious! The sandwiches are pretty expensive, mine was £4.75, but believe me you get such a huge sandwich for the money, when I went to eat it, I picked it up and it was surprising how much food it was!
I got the Tricolore sangwich, which has mozzarella, basil pesto, tomatoes, avocado (they didn't have any fresh avocado at the time, but they had guacamole which is even better to me), salad, and sundried tomato, all in a nice grilled ciabatta. It was so tasty and I couldn't even finish it because of how much food it was. The staff was very friendly and helpful. There was pretty much no one at the shop at the time, so the service was relatively quick considering they put the sandwich together right there.
While a bit more expensive than a poor student would like to pay, I'll definitely come back to indulge again! :)
Fresh & lovely salad and sandwich!!!
I eat there almost 3 times a week... lol a bit too much perhaps
When I am very hungry I take Ciabata sandwich! It is sooo good, very consistent, with fresh veg & good meats. I recommend the Soho Club.
But most of the time I prefer take the salads (a bit more heathly yeah). They are blended so you don't have to try by many way to have your salade well blend like when you buy then at Pret à Manger or other... large choice of veg & meat, I would recommend the Chicken ceasar, the salmon or the one with hummous on the top (don't remember the name now)
If you work around or need a lunch during shopping session... just enjoy there
I am addicted to the Schnitzel foccacia, but it's alright because it TASTES so good! Any sandwich that includes lemon juice, tangy cheese and a slice of ham with lightly toasted and herby bread deserves to be eaten! Quickly.
The queuing system is designed for busy times and can put off newbies the first time they go there - Make has a huge menu that you can read while you queue - and queue you will in the week, it's very popular. If you don't want to be asked what to eat, stand by the fridge and you can see what happens in here. Ordering will give you a number and a short time later the staff will call you as the food is prepared in front of you!
Most of the office I work in has breakfast here to take away and they also have a large range of salad and wraps too making going there for lunch an absolute treat - especially if you want to sit outside or takeaway to close by church steps.
Food was fine and price reasonable (not extremely cheap, though). I got number 12 in poppy seed bagel and it was very tasty.
However, the staff was rather unfriendly and very impatient. I went on a Saturday at 12:30 with someone that works nearby and eat there at least once a week but it was the first time for me. They have over 28 items in the menu (apart from the DIY option) and the shop was completely empty. Since the very first moment I crossed the entry door and started looking the sort of dashboard they have, both attendants started asking me every 30 seconds what I wanted. I chose an item that apparently they didn't do at that time of the day (only for breakfast) although nothing was written in the dashboard about that for me to know, so when I had to change my choice, they looked at me as if I were the worst and most annoying customer they ever served. I guess I felt bad and ended up ordering the same as my friend (fortunately he has very good taste :D).
My friend told me that usually in weekly days at lunch time there is always a queue and when you order you've already had plenty of time to decide, so he'd never noticed that impatience. I won't probably go back anyway.
I have just been to this place for the first time ever and I officially love it. Even though it was a lunch hour and the place was swarming with all the busy city bees, I got my order quickly - and, gosh, my salad was lovely. Nice selection of salads and sandwiches - all being prepared while you wait so fresh they are.
I am coming back tomorrow! :)
Really good sandwiches !! You can choose hot or cold sandwiches. For my part, I always take the Schnitzel sandwich with chicken toasted, salad, tomato. The prices are cheap and you can have good sandwiches for less £5. One sandwich is very generous. The service is fast and you can get your sandwich done in front of you in 5 minutes.
My only complaint is that they don't do wraps in hot sandwiches and for people who want to sit down the restaurant is little.
The food here is good, very good. The production team are nothing if not impressive and take lots of care over your food. And, you get a lot of it, decent quality, and a little unusual. Bonus points to them for the smoked salmon, lemon juice and guacamole creation I had last week.
So why is it, then, that I feel a little sad and overly light of pocket once I’ve bought something? I’ve probably spent more on a sandwich before. London is expensive. I know all these things. But as I parted with close to four quid (for a bagel - would have been closer to five for a ciabatta) I couldn’t help but wonder, in my best Carrie Bradshaw pose, would I have enjoyed the food more if it was a quid cheaper?
If you can bypass the doorstop slices of bread (I think they just cut a loaf in half and add filling)... then you will love their salads. If not then you might get a bit of a bakery urge in here!
It isn’t often that I’m won over by the given selections, but they have everything with a twist, a tasty well proportioned twist. Highly recommended. Only drawback is that there is often a bit of a waiting time, but worth it for a tasty lunch me thinks!
Just had some great toast from this place for breakfast. I know they do a cracking lunchtime sarnie selection her but the brekkie options are well worth checking out too. Mmm doorstep toast with honey :)
Not sure I’d trust the coffee mind.
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If like me you like your sandwiches supersized then I heartily recommend you check out this place. So far I’ve tried a ciabatta roll & a wrap and both have been a real effort to finish off (Very Good). The downside to is that it’s a chain but as chains go it’s just about as good as they get, friendly staff, freshly made and a varied menu. If subway is in League One then Make Mine is challenging for Europe.
Really, really good sandwiches actually. Top notch salads too. I can highly recommend the Cajun sarnie on ciabatta or the new yorker (both delicious). Oh, hangover breakfast - Try “The Gaffer” sandwich - sausage, egg, mushrooms, bacon… mmmmmm, lovely.
All in all a fantastic place for breakfast and lunch.
Bloody lovely sandwiches speedily produced. The roast beef melt was particularly good, in fact I’m actually starving just thinking about it. I’d usually avoid this kind of sandwich place if I looked at it, but the goods really hit the spot.
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