Spots to grab a sandwich in Richmond

The art of making a sandwich is not lost on these Richmond shops. From a great grilled cheese to pulled pork sammies, these restaurants offer all the flavour combinations you could possibly need to satisfy your lunchtime cravings. [Photo © Yellow Pages / Pages Jaunes]

JYC Food Service Ltd

213-13986 Cambie Rd, Richmond, BC V6V 2K3

At Sandwich Tree there are so many choices that you’ll think sandwiches really do grow on trees. They've got everything, from both hot and cold varieties, to vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options and more. The combination of Western sandwiches and Korean BBQ makes it an absolute must-visit when you’re out with friends or co-workers.

Steveston Cannery Cafe

3711 Moncton St, Richmond, BC V7E 3A5

Located a few short blocks from the historic Gulf of Georgia Cannery, this café shows just how great salmon is as a sandwich meat. Your sandwich is made on the spot right in front of you, with your choice of meat and then topped with fresh veggies. Filling the needs of sandwich enthusiasts for years now, the Steveston Cannery Café promises fresh and healthy food at more than a fair price.

Bob's Sub

2-6390 No. 3 Rd, Richmond, BC V6Y 2B3

The messiest submarine sandwiches are the best. So what if the toppings don’t all fit inside the bun? Half the fun is tallying up how many napkins you need for cleanup! With a price that makes you feel like a thief, Bob’s has one of the best greasy spoon menus in all of the Lower Mainland. A full breakfast for under $5 is also a great option, but the sandwiches are where the true glory of this place lies.

Smokehouse Sandwich Co

108-5188 Westminster Hwy, Richmond, BC V7C 5S7

Like their name suggests, Smokehouse Sandwich Co. smokes their own meat for every sandwich. The menu is small, but you’re sure to taste the quality in the dishes they have to offer. Their menu also boasts tasty potato crisps and homemade drinks.

Yummy Deli & Coffee

108-7031 Westminster Hwy, Richmond, BC V6X 1A3

Yummy Deli is across from the Richmond Hospital, which provides a rather enjoyable alternative to hospital cafeteria food. The relaxing atmosphere and friendly staff here will make you want to order a sandwich and coffee – and stay all day.

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