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Finch's Tea and Coffee House

tom_edo | May 6, 2008 11:59 PM

One of my best friends took me out for lunch to Finch's. I have had brunch(poached eggs) there before and was not feeling the spot that much other than the fact there are tons of hot girls in there. My friend was insistent that the sandwiches are the best in the city. This guy knows how to eat, you can tell by looking at him and he has revealed a lot of dope food spots in this city to me.

I got the prosciutto sandwich with olive oil and edam cheese and he got the bocconcini sandwich and paid a little more and got prosciutto added to it. The sandwich were simple and were really tasty and I mean really tasty, soo fresh and the fresh baguette was delicious. I even ate the tomatoes in the sandwich and I don't like tomatoes.

Finch's sits on the top five list of best sandwich spots in the city for me. Definitely worth a trip if you are looking for a good sandwich, it is not the cheapest sandwich in the city but definitely one of the freshest. The atmosphere is nice but seating can be limited at lunch. Also be warned it is not the quickest spot if you are looking for a sandwich with the speed of a sandwich artist from Subway you might as well go to Subway.

After the meal, I felt great like I just ate a good salad. The price of the sandwich was about eight dollars.

Finch's Tea and Coffee House
353 West Pender Street
Vancouver, BC

Top Sandwich Spots in the City
Finch's Tea and Coffee House
La Galleria Fine Food Delicatessen
La Grotta del Formaggio

Honourable mention goes to
San Siero Deli, Green City, La Charcuterie, Brioche

For pictures go to http://vancouverslop.blogspot.com

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