Edmonton’s top sublime smoked meat sandwiches

Smoked meat, also called beef brisket in some parts, is a kosher-style deli meat cured for more than a week so that it properly absorbs all the flavours and seasonings. Though most people are familiar with it in sandwich form, it sometimes finds its way onto other dishes, such as poutine. These places in Edmonton will satisfy your craving for smoked meat in any form.

Meat Barbecue Ltd

8216 104 St Nw, Edmonton, AB T6E 4E6

Located in the heart of old Strathcona, MEAT serves authentic BBQ and made-in-house sauces. Menu highlights include a smoked meat sandwich that will melt in your mouth. It’s served with a side of garlic fries, which are heavenly.

Smokehouse BBQ Food Truck

8310 Roper Rd Nw, Edmonton, AB T6E 6E3

Known for their “Real Southern-Style BBQ,” this restaurant makes a mean slow-smoked beef brisket sandwich. With their secret recipe rub, and a side of homestyle fries and house special slaw, Smokehouse BBQ will have you thinking you’re in Montreal.

The Steak Out

3376 Parsons Rd NW, Edmonton, AB T6N 1B5

A truck stop type of joint, you know they prepare some good grub. Their Montreal-style smoked meat sandwich is great. The portions are hefty, the food will leave you wanting more and the service is casual and friendly. What more could you ask for?

Sloppy Hoggs

9563 118 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5G 0N9

Try a half-pound beef brisket sandwich that’ll leave you wanting more (even though you won’t have room for more). The meat is marinated in their house rub for a day, smoked for half a day and thinly sliced à la Montreal style.

The Cheese Factory

8943 82 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6C 0Z2

This no-frills diner-type restaurant serves up a great smoked meat sandwich but for something a little fun (and different), why not try their smoked meat poutine? After all, they are known for their cheese.

La Poutine Inc

8720 109 St NW, Edmonton, AB T6G 1E9

This place has to be included in this list simply because of their amazing cuts of smoked meat served on poutine. It’s not a sandwich, but does that really matter when you’re craving smoked meat?

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