Find your favourite banh mi sandwich in Montreal

Looking for a delicious, quick and cheap meal between two slices of bread? Look no further than that Vietnamese treasure, the banh mi sandwich. Traditionally it is filled with cold grilled meat or cold cuts, mayonnaise, cilantro, chili peppers, cucumber, pickled carrots and daikon. Other creative versions are becoming popular too. Use this list to findyour favourite in Montreal!

Marche Hung Phat

7099, rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2S 2S5

Known as one of the best Vietnamese sandwich spots in town, especially for their cold cut bahn mi. Go for the great prices and make sure to get an iced coffee too.

Hoang Oanh Sandwich

1071, boul Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2Z 1J6

Hoang Oanh is another super friendly place with reasonable prices and generous Vietnamese sandwiches that are made to order. Try the ham or minced chicken banh mi here.

Vua Sandwichs

1579, rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2X 3K3

As with most sandwich shops, Vua is mostly for take-away orders, but has a few tables if you want to eat in. Either way, you can’t beat the price of the delicious banh mi made to order and served with a smile.

Restaurant Banh Mi Saigon SENC

696, rue Jarry E, Montréal, QC H2P 1V9

Sandwiches here are prepared with freshly baked bread. There are loads of unusual combos to try, like bacon or paté. Cash only, so come prepared.

Restaurant Caravelle

1175A, rue Crescent, Montréal, QC H3G 2B1

One of the few banh mi spots on the west side of the city, Caravelle is not the most authentic but still quite good. The grilled pork sub is a hearty choice, and there are plenty of other menu options to choose from as well.

Hoang Oahn Sandwich

7178, rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2R 2E2

This friendly Vietnamese sub shop serves up solid sandwiches at attractive prices. They have a stamp card to earn a free sandwich. There are only a couple of tables here, so it’s mostly for take out.

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