Lovely cafes for a sandwich in West Van

Lunching in West Vancouver just feels like the right thing to do. But it needn't be overly posh. A fresh but simple sandwich at any one of these delightful cafes in this beautiful stretch of the North Shore will fit the bill perfectly, whether you're passing through or have made this your afternoon destination.

Café Ça Va

1
1860 Marine Dr, West Vancouver, BC V7V 1J6

During the day this French bistro on Marine Drive in West Vancouver plates some of the best classic and original sandwiches anywhere in the Lower Mainland. One of their must-try items is the Croque Madame, which is basically a ham and cheese sandwich topped with a béchamel sauce and more cheese, then baked in the oven before being topped with a fried egg — a Parisian classic and sure to satisfy your midday hunger.

Savary Island Pie Company

2
1533 Marine Dr, West Vancouver, BC V7V 1H9

One of the best places for a filling and affordable lunch on the North Shore, Savary Island knows how to make a really great sandwich. They have several options on their menu including classics like grilled cheese and grilled chicken and basil. They also have specials throughout the week like the roasted veggie and toasted tomato. Complement the sandwich with soup or a slice of their famous pie.

Milestones

3
1096 Park Royal South, West Vancouver, BC V7T 1A1

Founded in BC more than 25 years ago, Milestones is a favourite for those looking for casual drinks and meals in a modern, upbeat atmosphere. While it’s primarily known for dinner and cocktail specials, it’s also a respectable spot to get a delicious lunch at a more-than-affordable price. The menu offers several sandwiches including a crispy chicken, turkey club and an awesome prime rib beef dip.

Olive & Anchor Restaurant

4
6418 Bay St, West Vancouver, BC V7W 2H1

Located in the picturesque West Vancouver neighbourhood of Horseshoe Bay is the Olive and Anchor. This casual West Coast pub is the perfect spot to stop for lunch before boarding the ferry to Nanaimo or Bowen Island. They feature several sandwiches on the menu including a roasted turkey club, pesto chicken and a Goggie Barbecue Dog that comes loaded with shaved rib-eye in a soy ginger marinade and topped with sautéed onion, coleslaw, miso aioli and tomato salsa.

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