Some quick stops for a great sandwich in Coquitlam

You don’t need any level of certification to make a sandwich, but when you try a sandwich at one of these places, you’ll wonder if perhaps there's a master class in elevating this lunchtime staple. Here are some of Coquitlam's best places to grab a fabulous sandwich.

Kim's Cafe

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29-91 Golden Dr, Coquitlam, BC V3K 6R2

Some of the best places to get a sandwich in Coquitlam are hidden away in the oddest areas. Located in the middle of a business park is the Seasalt Café. With fresh ingredients and menu items like the Veggie Brie Panini, their sandwiches offer healthy lunch options for people who are on the clock. The sandwiches don’t skimp on fillings, but if you’re looking for a lighter choice, they also have fruit available.

Giancarlo Italian Deli

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1115 Austin Ave, Coquitlam, BC V3K 3P4

When the words "Italian" and "deli" are used side by side, you know you’re in for a treat. The bread at Giancarlo’s is freshly baked daily and the ingredients are as fresh as they come; ask any Italian — that’s the recipe for a perfect sandwich. Check out their simple but incredibly fresh prosciutto and bocconcini sandwich the next time you’re looking for lunch in a hurry.

Soup Plus

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1102 Austin Ave, Coquitlam, BC V3K 3P5

Ask any Coquitlam native to point you in the direction of a great sandwich and Soup Plus is where they’ll send you. The Louisiana Po’ Boy sandwiches will render the most jaded sandwich eater speechless, while the mushroom soup is another menu item that goes fast every day of the week. You can combine any sandwich with a warm and hearty bowl of soup, making a truly satisfying lunch.

Ruffage

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2648-2929 Barnet Hwy, Coquitlam, BC V3B 5R5

You won’t be disappointed with this food court vendor. Featuring delicious sandwiches made fresh on the spot, Ruffage is a nice change from some of the usual fast food corporations that make up most food courts. Along with a selection of home-style sandwiches, they also offer quiches, soups or crepes for a quick and healthy lunch. Looking for a new favourite? Try the shrimp sandwich.

Asylum Restaurant

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2080 United Blvd, Coquitlam, BC V3K 6W3

The rock star attitude of these sandwiches might cause them to come alive and slap the phone out of your hand if you try to take a picture of them. Located inside the Hard Rock Café, Asylum has its own take on the classic grilled cheese with its mini grilled cheese bites served with tomato soup. It also goes above and beyond simple sandwich fare to include its signature Asylum Burger and much more.

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