Delicious sandwiches in historic New Westminster

New Westminster is Western Canada’s oldest city but is also enjoying somewhat of a renaissance at the moment. This extends to its restaurant, bar and cafe offerings. Stop in at any one of these places for a tasty sandwich before or after taking in the historic sites of this riverside town.

Big Star Sandwich Co.

664 Columbia St, New Westminster, BC V3M 1A9

This sandwich shop opened in 2013, but it’s still making making waves in New West. The owner’s commitment to top notch ingredients shows in all the delicious sandwiches up for grabs. The turkey and Angus beef are both cooked in-house, so there’s no need to worry about processed meats. What’s more, all the sandwiches come on fresh filone bread and are piled high with toppings, so they’re sure to satisfy even the biggest appetites.

Greens & Beans Deli Cafe

143 Columbia St E, New Westminster, BC V3L 3V9

One of New Westminster’s leading delis, Greens has been dishing out salads, sandwiches and soups to New West residents for over 15 years. You’ll find your favourite classic sandwiches here —̶ egg salad, grilled Reuben with sauerkraut and chicken cordon bleu — all at affordable prices. Next time you're in, though, try the fresh and tasty shrimp salad with avocado, perfect for changing up your lunchtime routine.


114-810 Quayside Dr, New Westminster, BC V3M 6B9

Are you in the mood for a great barbecue pulled pork sandwich? Look no further than this neighbourhood favourite. This sweet and tangy sandwich topped with coleslaw is to die for and an absolute must for pork-lovers everywhere. You’ll also find equally delicious beef brisket and pastrami sandwiches on the menu. The service at Re-Up is always warm and friendly, and you can see that the chefs and owners really care about every dish they serve.

Hub Restaurant Group

344-800 Carnarvon St, New Westminster, BC V3M 0G3

This New Westminster hotspot is the best place in the area for a craft beer, which will pair perfectly with one of their delicious sandwiches. The classy but unpretentious vibe of Hub Restaurant is perfect for business lunches with co-workers and clients or weekend meals with friends. You’ll find unique sandwiches on the menu, like the crab grilled cheese with gruyere and vodka cocktail sauce, as well as classic options like the prime rib beef dip with horseradish mayo.

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