1466 Copenhagen, Denmark
The town's oldest and most popular sandwich bar is found in tiny basement premises on this attractive square, and has been feeding the city's students, office workers and travelers since 1992. The mainly Italian-style sandwiches are among the city's cheapest lunch options and come in six types of bread (foccacia, ciabatta, etc) filled to bursting with a variety of fillings, as well as salads and pastas in take-out tubs. Prices are around 30-50kr. There are only two chairs in the shop, but you can sit down next to the fountain in the lively square and enjoy them there. Be prepared for long lines outside, and remember cash – the place does not take credit cards. Open weekdays only.