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The richly herbed sandwiches inspired by such cities as Beirut (steak, hummus and brined vegetables), Havana (roasted pork and gruyere) and Seoul (bulgogi, kimchi slaw, Asian slaw, garlic mayo) are among the most flavorful in the city.

Another reason to love Sundevich: It’s one of the few places in the city that serves breakfast sandwiches at any hour of the day. Want a ham, avocado and egg sandwich for lunch? Order the Mexico City. For something a bit zippier, the Milan is laced with pancetta, gorgonzola, egg and garlic mayo.

— Alex Baldinger