We could eat Vancouver sandwiches for every meal – no joke.
Eating a sandwich takes people back to their days growing up where after a day of playing outside, you come back inside and Mom prepares you your favourite sandwich.
In Vancouver, there are many great places where you can have an awesome sandwich and these are just a few of the best places to go to.
Best Sandwiches in Vancouver
Each of Burgoo’s five locations takes this comfort food classic and elevates it to create their Gooey Chese Griller sandwich.
The bread is toasty and crunchy, giving you a full bite. The cheese is decadent, plentiful and gooey as it oozes out of the bread.
DD Mau’s Vietnamese take on a sandwich, the Lemongrass Chicken Banh Mi, is an instant classic for sandwich lovers.
The crunchy and well-toasted bread wraps around tenderly-cooked lemongrass chicken and covered in sweet chilli aioli sauce.
This quaint little local shop serves up a sweet and savoury special: Pear, Walnut, Brie and Prosciutto sandwich.
You will have to hurry and get one of these sandwiches before they run out for the day though, as they sell out fast.
Hubbub has a bevy of sandwiches but the real star here is their Pulled Pork sandwich.
The pork is incredibly juicy and tender that gets its flavour from being marinated for over 24 hours.
For those who like a bit of spice, this sandwich packs a bit of that as well as a tangy and sweet taste too.
Your visit to Vancouver wouldn’t be complete without having a fish sandwich.
Try a West Coast favourite with the Triple Smoked Sage Salmon sandwich at Salmon n’ Bannock. Salty and smokey, this sandwich might just be your new favourite.
A must-try sandwich in Vancouver is the Porchetta sandwich at Meat & Bread.
Wait in line that goes outside of the store and wraps around the block. But the wait is 100% worth it.
The pork is slow cooked, juicy and flavourful. There is no portion control with this sandwich as they load up on the pork, leaving you with meat sweats and a full belly.
The Tuck Shoppe takes a classic Cuban sandwich, the Cubano, and puts its own spin on it by adding pork belly to make an epic sandwich full of flavour.
Make it a complete meal and pair the sandwich with a craft beer and top it off with an ice cream sandwich after.