Best Sandwiches in Vancouver

by erinireland on March 6, 2011

The Dirty Apron Delicatessen | 540 Beatty Street

Confit Albacore Tuna Baguette Sandwich (see below). To Die For Factor: Fresh Baguettes Made Every Hour.

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La Galleria | 3055 Highland Boulevard, North Vancouver

Roasted Chicken. To Die For Factor: House Made Pesto Mayo.

The Kaboom Box | Food Cart at Granville & Robson

Hot Northern Coho. To Die For Factor: Local Salmon Smoked + Cured In Cart Daily.

Hot Northern Coho

Big Lou’s Butcher Shop | 269 Powell Street

Banh Mi. To Die For Factor: Fall-Apart-Tender Pork Shoulder.

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Banh Mi

Meat & Bread | 370 Cambie Street

Meatball. To Die For Factor: Hot Out-of-Oven Mini Ciabatta Loaves.

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Meatball & Tomato Soup

Hubbub | 859 Hornby Street

Prawn Sandwich. To Die For Factor: Sauteed to order prawns, 9” strip of grilled onion, toasted sourdough baguette.

White Prawn

Nelson The Seagull | 315 Carrall Street

Spongy, incredibly moist house made ciabatta with a crunchy crust. One can only describe it as heavenly. Local deli meats from Big Lou’s Butcher Shop.

The Carnivore

*NEWLY ADDED* Ensemble Tap | 990 Smithe

One of the best sandwiches I’ve ever had. Top Chef Dale Mackay puts a spin on his favorite fast food item, the McDonald’s McChicken Sandwich. Built on Terra Breads’ dense focaccia. Packed with panko breaded chicken, crispy bacon, avocado, and uber-smoky paprika mayo.

Chicken Burger

*NEWLY ADDED* Bel Cafe | 801 West Georgia 

One of the most gourmet, flavor-packed sandwich around, by David Hawksworth. Caramelized onion topped chicken. Crunchy, fresh house-made ciabatta.

Spicy Pulled Chicken

*This list is dynamic and in no particular order. Have I missed one of our city’s most ‘to die for’ sandwich destinations? Feel free to let me know

Wishing you to die for food on a daily basis,


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