If there is a type of food that can be found all over the world, it's a sandwich. The beauty of the sandwich is that it can be prepared in so many ways no matter which country you are in! Different formats, breads, condiments, sauces, etc... you'll find a great list of delicious sandwiches in Montreal right here.
Sandwicherie Sue is inspired by the traditional banh mi and they now have two branches: one on Beaubien and another on Duluth Est. Several vegetarian choices are available such as " Auber-Chine " or " Shiitake ". Carnivores will also find great choices such as cha siu pork or southeast beef. If you go in person, you'll can find a grocery store with several imported Asian products. They also offer take out or delivery orders.
It all started with a small grocery store in Little Italy in Toronto in the 1960s and has now grown into a 14-branch family business. They recently opened a branch in Montreal, which allows us to discover this sandwich shop that has become a favorite for Torontonians. The meat is delivered every morning and they use top quality Italian products. Their star sandwich is the veal and we highly recommend it! All you have to do is choose your favorite toppings to create your perfect sandwich.
In Lebanese tradition, the bread is ring-shaped covered with sesame seeds. Sandwicherie Kaek wanted to recreate street food that can be found in the streets of Beirut, but right here in a sandwich shop in Montreal. Depending on your preferences you can indulge yourself with cheese & zaatar, Philly steak, feta mix, or even a breakfast version with eggs! Open for take-out and delivery orders.
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At Snatch one can find French tacos filled with meat that is cooked on their charcoal oven. You'll find that little smoky taste in their sandwiches which can all be "au gratin" for a little extra. Several recipes are reminiscent of a nice evening with friends in France, such as the " Tommy " with homemade marinated chicken, the " Brick Top " with multiple kinds of cheese, or the " Sol " with shrimp on the plank. Adjust the size according to your hunger by taking the medium, large or extra-large format. They do delivery and take out orders.
Located on Wellington Street in Verdun, this place is clearly worth a stop and/or a detour. They offer generous and tasty Italian sandwiches with elements from their own garden. With over a dozen to choose from, choose whether you want a hot or cold recipe. Among the hot options: chicken parmesan, Italian sausage, or meatball. Without forgetting the cold ones such as salami, roasted vegetables, or "Philly Hoagie". Have them delivered or drop by for a take-out order!
Located on Saint-Laurent Boulevard in the Mile-End, this Vietnamese restaurant offers some delicious variations of banh mi with crackers. Chef M. Ma has more than 40 years of experience in various Asian restaurants and this is reflected in each of the dishes offered at Bay Cà Phê. Vegetarian and carnivorous choices available for your take out or delivery orders.
A staple in the Old Port of Montreal, this restaurant is normally full of people from the opening to the closing of the restaurant. Their Cuban sandwich has conquered the hearts of Montreal foodies, but we shouldn't forget to mention the decadent grilled cheese served on brioche bread from Automne bakery. Obviously, several other dishes are available that are just as delicious. The next time you walk in this area, don't forget to stop by.
Open recently, this neighborhood sandwich spot and refreshment bar on de Lorimier offers a simple but highly taught out menu. Opened by Maxime, a professor at the Montreal School of Catering and Tourism Trades (EMRTM), it was to be a temporary pop-up for his students. The project has turned into a local refreshment bar that many appreciate. Choose between fried chicken, falafel, 400 feet, or the "Fameux" for take-out or delivery.
The Mediterranean restaurant Ikanos needs no introduction and in case you weren't aware, they decided to open a "pop-up" in recent months to adjust to the current period. We fell in love with this menu, which combines souvlaki and pitas with quality ingredients specific to this cuisine, such as swordfish souvlaki, fried squid pita, or the vegetarian version with zucchini. Enjoy while it's available, this menu is not guaranteed to remain available after the pandemic! Order for take-out or delivery.
Schwartz's Deli's sandwiches are a must try when visiting Montreal or if you are a local. One of the oldest brands in Canada, Schwartz offers you a choice of smoked meat, turkey, or salami. Don't forget to add your favorite accompaniments such as a pickle, house fries, salad of choice, or peppers! Order for take-out or now for delivery!
After several trips, the Captain decided to open a restaurant featuring a universal dish: the sandwich. Recipes inspired from all over the word, there is a great diversity in what you can find there. The Big Nan is inspired by Mumbaï, there is also a Cuban inspired sandwich to name a couple. Enjoy them for take-out or delivery.
Even if the Montreal branch in the Central is temporarily closed, they deserve their place in this list (still open in Sherbrooke). The RDJ is a micro-charcuterie from the Eastern Townships. They focus on local products which makes it delicious! Find choices like ham and butter, ham and beer, porchetta, or duck.
Located on Saint-Paul Street in Old Montreal, here is another great sandwich stop! Whether it's for their beyond meat, fish n chips, or their famous Philly cheesesteak sub, we guarantee you'll want more after every bite! We recommend visiting them when restaurants reopen because the atmosphere and the décor are worth the detour! For the moment, you can order for take out or delivery.
Located on the future Masson promenade, this café takes its inspiration from South America by serving you empanadas and sandwiches. Let yourself be tempted with all their different empanadas flavors like beef, caramelized onion with corn, or their ricotta mushrooms. Craving for a sandwich? No problem, take their wrap burrito or alve palta sandwich or their arrollado sandwich! Those flavors bring us to South America without having to leave the country!