Sunday, June 17, 2012

OM NOMS: Meat and Bread

Remember the sneak peak of Meat and Bread seen a couple posts back?

They've finally opened and it's been a hit among the downtown workers ever since they debuted their new location inside Oceanic Plaza, a block (ish) away from Burrard Station. If you've ever been to the Cambie/Hastings location, you'll know how tasty their sandwiches are and this location is no different. I've tried the porchetta at both locations and they're both juicy, packed with meat, and delicious. The prices are the same, around $8 per sandwich. Though it may seem like a lot for some meat and bread, I assure you it'll be more than enough to satisfy even a monster appetite.

I highly recommend Meat and Bread at its super convenient new location! You won't regret it :)
More pictures below.

The Porchetta.

It's right across from my workplace, and every day when I walk past, there's a huge line of people waiting to get their hands on a gigantic sandwich. There's such a big line that they posted this humourous sign 20 metres into the line:

As you can see, the inside isn't big at all. Can you believe it's even smaller than the Cambie/Hastings location? It's literally just a hole in the wall with one table. Good thing Oceanic Plaza has a lot of space for good ol' standing noms.

The menu is a bit different at the new location- they have a new corned beef sandwich instead of the meatball sub. I haven't tried it yet, but I'm intending to over the next few weeks.

I especially like their new little take-out boxes. Super cute and convenient for bringing it back to work to eat if there isn't enough space in the Plaza to noms. Or if it's raining... haha. Oh Vancouver.


  1. I like the looks of their sandwiches and their carryout containers--they're environmentally friendly (in addition to being tasty). The left-to-right set-up reminds me of Potbelly's.

    The pretty girl in the first picture would make a great spokesmodel for them (if they needed one)! =)

  2. I still have to try this place!

  3. Yummy! I think I've had this at the Hastings location. Really good, but a bit expensive.

  4. That's cool that they have a different sandwich than the original location - it makes it more enticing for people to visit both! Crappy that it's so small! Where will people go when it's winter in Raincouver haha

  5. so yummy!

  6. i love the simple concept! will have to try next time i'm in vancouver

  7. Yummm, looks delicious! Thanks for sharing...I'm hungry now :P


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