13 of the best sandwiches in all of Montreal

Feb 26 2021, 10:34 am

We don’t need to get into the “what constitutes a sandwich” debate. We’re keeping it simple: bread in between something. No wraps, no burgers, just the best sandwiches in Montreal.

Because everyone craves a good sandwich from time to time.

Whether you’re ordering from a food delivery app, for pick-up, or in-person (when we’re allowed), here are the best sandwiches from all over Montreal.

What do you think? Did your favourite sandwich make the list?

Arthurs Nosh Bar

 

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Arthurs, the Jewish eatery, has been mashing the food scene since it opened and their McArthur is arguably one of the best sandwiches in the city.

Joe’s Paninis

 

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Joe’s Panini is very basic but very tasty. Their signature sandwiches include the Philly Cheesesteak, the spicy grilled chicken, turkey, prosciutto and brie, and spicy tuna.

They’re open 24/7 and are great options for sandwich fans at any time of the day.

Momesso

 

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If you’re in the mood for a classic sub, Momesso is your go-to. The family-run spot has been open since 1978 and they make a mean steak/sausage sub.

Café Milano

 

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You can’t mention subs without referring to Milano’s.

From steak, chicken, vegetarian, pork, and capicollo, this place has got to be on your sandwich radar.

Reuben’s Deli

Reuben’s specializes in sandwiches so much, their menu is split into three sandwich sections: Gourmet, Grilled Melts, and Cold Deli.

Sure, you can’t go wrong with their Reuben sandwich (obviously) but their Bandera BBQ chicken sandwich is a thing of beauty.

(And might as well get a Chop-Chop Poutine on the side while you’re at it.)

Schwartz’s Deli

 

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Speaking of smoked meat, it would be blasphemy to mention Montreal sandwiches without giving kudos to Schartz’s.

It’s been in operation since 1928 and makes one of the best smoked meat sandwiches in the country.

High praise.

Aux Vivres

 

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Aux Vivres is all-vegan so if vegans are looking for a scrumptious sandwich spot, this chain offers tofu sandwiches with a variety of toppings including carrot, beet, cabbage, lettuce, sprouts, and much more.

Marché Hung Phat

 

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Located a stone’s throw away from MarchĂ© Jean-Talon, Hung Phat makes a very tasty banh mi sandwich.

Choose from marinated beef, mayo, pickled carrots, or take the traditional Vietnamese approach and get a paté sandwich.

Antep Kebap

This tiny little Turkish kebab spot is a great price ($8) but it’s also very tasty. Options include grilled chicken and beef.

Especially as a student, this spot is one minute away from Concordia University.

Satay Brothers

 

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If you’re in the mood for a Singaporean sandwich, Satay Brothers has a pork belly plate like nobody else.

Clarke Café

 

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With a bunch of cold-cut choices, Clarke CafĂ© makes an Italian sandwich like it’s nobody’s business.

Cafe Gentile

 

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You really only need three words at Gentile: famous chicken cutlet.

Thanks us later.

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