Popular Minnesota Restaurant Serves The 'Best Sandwich' In The State

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What's your favorite kind of sandwich?

An idea born in 1762 by none other than John Montagu, the 4th Earl of Sandwich, per earlofsandwichusa.com, this popular meal has come a long way. From humble beginnings as a simple piece of "roast beef placed between two slices of bread" to what we now know as grilled cheese, Philly cheesesteak, Cubans, clubs, French dips, and Reubens; sandwiches are extremely versatile and beloved by many across the globe.

According to a list compiled by Far & Wide, the best place to order a sandwich in Minnesota is Mac's Fish and Chips' in the Twin Cities. Far & Wide recommended ordering the fried Walleye sandwich.

Here's what Far & Wide had to say about the restaurant that serves the best sandwich in the state:

"Walleye is the official fish of Minnesota, and locals love it any which way, but fried on a sandwich is definitely a frontrunner. Mac's Fish and Chips' three outposts throughout the Twin Cities serve it simple, to tremendous effect: battered and fried with pickles, lemon and tartar sauce. If you're looking for something a touch more innovative, 400 Tavern in Minneapolis adds its own twist on the fave with its North Shore Walley Roll, serving the fish beer-battered and pairing it with spicy aioli on a butter-toasted roll."

For a continued list of places that serve the best sandwiches in the United States visit farandwide.com.

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