Pulled Duroc Pork Sandwich from Num Pang Sandwich Shop – Num Pang Sandwich Shop, a Cambodian banh mi-style sandwich shop, serves an addictive pulled Duroc pork with spiced honey, accompanied by cucumber, pickled carrots, cilantro and chili mayo.
The Italian Combo from Court Street Grocers – Court Street Grocers' owner spent two years perfecting this seemingly simple sandwich. It's a blend of mortadella, capicola, soppressata, Swiss, mozzarella, Pecorino Romano, red onion, arugula, mayo and Court Street's hoagie spread.
Burnt Ends Sandwich from Mighty Quinn's Barbeque – Mighty Quinn's may be a latecomer to New York's sandwich scene -- it opened in 2013 -- but it's already attracted a legion of devotees. The charred Burnt Ends Sandwich is our favorite.
Lobster Roll from Luke's Lobster – Luke's Lobster has been keeping New York City steadily supplied with top-quality lobster rolls since 2009.
Broccoli Classic from No. 7 sub – No. 7's Broccoli Classic features roasted broccoli, feta cheese, fried shallots, mayo and a touch of lychee.
Classic Sliders from The Meatball Shop – The Meatball Shop's popular classic consists of hand-rolled beef meatball with tomato sauce. The sauce is the real star -- the shop has gone through more than 55,000 gallons of it since opening six years ago.
Smoked Meat Sandwich from Mile End Deli – Mile End's uber-popular Smoked Meat Sandwich is packed with dry-cured brisket that's been spiced, smoked and piled high on rye bread (with mustard, natch).
Falafel Sandwich from Mamoun's – Mamoun's is the oldest and the best falafel restaurant in the city. It's been serving good-value deep-fried spiced chickpea balls in pita with tahini sauce and salad since 1971.
Chicken Parm Sandwich from Parm – Parm takes the classic chicken Parmigiana sandwich to another level by getting every ingredient right -- tangy tomato sauce, perfectly pounded chicken and just the right amount of basil leaves.