Chilled or steamy, always fresh.
Sandwiches ready to hold your hand
no matter the occasion.
Chilled or steamy, always fresh.
Sandwiches ready to hold your hand
no matter the occasion.

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Bestil via:

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See the menu
See the menu
Meal Deal
The Macka Deal
Your choice of sandwich with dip, side and drink
Mackas
Ready for something steamier? Our hearty warm sandwiches are toasted with the filling inside, ready to warm up your insides.

Grilled Cheese Confidant
Levain bread, mozzarella & cheddar, caramelized onions.

Melted Tuna Twinsie
Levain bread, Tuna, mozzarella & cheddar, jalapeno.

Hot Cheese & Ham Homeboy
Levain bread, Ham, mozzarella & cheddar, tomato, basil.

Grilled Cheesocado Chum
Levain bread, Feta, avocado, mozzarella & cheddar, rocket.

Chicken Pesto Bacon Club
Levain bread, Chicken, bacon, pesto, mozzarella & cheddar.

Mushroom & Truffle Melt
Levain bread, Truffled mushroom, mozzarella & cheddar.
Sides
Kettle Sea Salt chips
Truffle chips
Dips
Truffle Mayo
Sriracha Mayo
Garlic Sauce
Drinks
Sparkling Water
Coca Cola
Coca Cola Zero
Fanta
Sprite
Råsaft Orange Juice 330ml
Råsaft Apple Juice 330ml
Råsaft Apple Orange Beetroot & Ginger 330ml
Sandwiches are the food of the free. The best friends of the busy bee. They are deliciously uncomplicated and will loyally follow you on all your adventures without trying to pick a fight by spilling, going cold or making people frown when you're trying to eat them on a bus. Not to mention you can slap pretty much anything on a piece of bread and call it a sandwich. Or a "macka" if you live in Sweden, understand Swedish or just take my word for it. Hint: you should. Meet Macka (the restaurant) - a sandwich dealer that deals in fulfilling your wildest spread-and-filling-dreams on the crispiest, fluffiest bread available and wrapping them tightly for work or play. You're welcome.
Sandwiches are the food of the free. The best friends of the busy bee. They are deliciously uncomplicated and will loyally follow you on all your adventures without trying to pick a fight by spilling, going cold or making people frown when you're trying to eat them on a bus. Not to mention you can slap pretty much anything on a piece of bread and call it a sandwich. Or a "macka" if you live in Sweden, understand Swedish or just take my word for it. Hint: you should. Meet Macka (the restaurant) - a sandwich dealer that deals in fulfilling your wildest spread-and-filling-dreams on the crispiest, fluffiest bread available and wrapping them tightly for work or play. You're welcome.