Top 10 Sandwiches



Blam!wich Food Truck Bacon Storm

Although the truck’s menu has almost completely changed since its debut last fall, this staple remains. Packed full of bacon and ham with cheddar, bacon aioli and lettuce. How could you not eat this? $8 (587-216-2526, blamwich.ca, @BlamWich)

Farm Chicken Sandwich

Anything but a simple sandwich. Here, Farm tops local chicken with pickled red onions and jalapenos, cilantro slaw, cheese and a signature chipotle garlic mayo. $16 (1006 17 Ave. S.W., 403-245-2276, farm-restaurant.com)

Grumans Catering and Delicatessen Grumans’ Reuben

A classic done perfectly. Corned beef piled high topped with sauerkraut and cheese. No need for a side dish, this should fill you up, no problem. $13 (230 11 Ave. S.E., 403-261-9003, grumans.ca, @GrumansDeli)

Holy Grill Silician Panini

Need your fill of veggies for the day? Holy Grill has got you covered. Yams, marinated eggplant and grilled zucchini are layered and toasted with provolone cheese in this hearty vegetarian panini. $8 (827 10 Ave. S.W., 403-261-9759, holygrill.ca, @HolyGrill)

Inti Brasa Sandwich

Roasted chicken covered in a spicy Peruvian sauce and topped with cabbage salad on a toasted kaiser bun. Inti is a little out of the way, but definitely worth the drive. $10.90 (208, 3132 26 Ave. N.E., 587-352-5599, inti-restaurant.com, @IntiRestaurant)

Jelly Modern Doughnuts Savoury Doughnut Sandwiches

Jelly Modern slices its signature light, fluffy doughnuts and swaps the sweet toppings for savoury lunchtime fillings like chicken salad, Alberta roast beef or pulled pork. $5.95 (1414 8 St. S.W., 403-453-2053, jellymoderndoughnuts.com, @jellymodern)

Libertine Public House Duck Clubhouse

Quite possibly the best clubhouse in the city. Libertine’s variation is piled high with duck confit, bacon, stout cheddar and finished with red pepper jelly, served on grilled rye. $15. (223 8 Ave. S.W., 403-265-665, thelibertine.ca, @LibertinePublic)

Peppino’s Prosciutto Bocconccini

It’s hard to choose between 42 different Italian-style sandwiches at this Kensington institution. Try out the salty prosciutto with melt-in-your-mouth bocconccini and fresh basil. It’s an Italian lunch in a sandwich. $9.75 (1240 Kensington Rd. N.W., 403-283-5350, peppinogourmet.com, @peppinogourmet)

Pig and Duke Pig Thai’l

Thick, beer-braised pork belly is served Thai-style in a baguette with carrots, cilantro, cucumber, hot red Thai chilis and cooling avocado slices. $14 (1312 12 Ave. S.W., 403-245-8487, pigandduke.com, @PigandDuke)

Sidewalk Citizen Bakery Artisan Sandwiches

Skip the scones and lunch on a pork hock with maple-mustard glaze or roast squash with harissa aioli sandwich. The selections do change daily but are always delicious. Made on freshly baked ciabatta by everyone’s favourite baker, Aviv Fried. $8.50 (2, 5524 1A St. S.W., 403-547-2245, sidewalkcitizenbakery.com, @avivfried)

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