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Meat & Bread


370 Cambie St
Vancouver, BC V6B 2N3

(604) 566-9003

Rating: out of 5 stars (99 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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Hours: Mon–Sat, 11:00 AM–5:00 PM,
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express

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Join the lunch gang for a fabulous porchetta sandwich at the long communal table. This funky joint also features daily sandwich specials and soup and salad. Beer, cider and wine available. $. L (M-Sa).
by whereca on September 10, 2014 from whereca

Editorial Reviews

Gastown denizens seeking to "satisfy" their "meat tooths" "go back and back again" to this "popular" "hot spot" that's rated Best Bang for the Buck thanks to "well-executed" sammies bursting with "rich, satisfying" flavours that have "hip crowds" marvelling "who knew sandwiches could be so good?"; efficient servers and a minimalist space featuring "super-cool" decor complete the picture; P.S....
by zagat on May 31, 2014 from zagat
This sandwich shop's original Gastown location does its historic bones proud-the use of glossy-white subway tile and a magnetic strip of carving knives contributes to its old-school-butcher vibe. (And points for the vintage leather punching bag that the owners picked up for a song on eBay.) On offer: three sandwiches: a grilled cheese, a daily special, and the magical porchetta-the combo of...
by Vancouver Magazine on June 30, 2013 from vanmag
I honestly can’t recall what business occupied this historic building, but it has character written all over it. The hanging chains and massive steel meat hooks right by the front door window is a sign of things you can expect inside. The very industrial theme is then juxtaposed by the very modern-rustic sensibilities of the decor within, highlighted by the thick and elongated wooden table that...
by shokutsu on November 14, 2010 from foodosophy
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