Fine Foods Delicatessin
I decided to check this place out, not very big, alot of people eating on their outside enterance. I found the service rather rude & indifferent, as I decided to try the chicken baquette, and paid $7.00 for a hype up sandwich.
A few minute later I got my sandwich, and noticed the baquette was fresh & toasted. As for my chicken and what was inside was rather bland, dry and found eating it rather lacking in flavour. I did like the baquette, I would return to buy it, but I wouldn't invest in expensive chicken baquette and can find other places that have better made sandwiches.
I won't be back, too expensive for my taste.
I have gone to this sandwich place for many years. I don't go alot per month per say, but my experience is over the long term.
Yes, it is true the sandwiches are delicious. They are. While the sandwich quality has remained the same, the prices have not. Inflation? Many of the other items can be found at any other deli at a much cheaper price.
The place itself makes me laugh. It reminds me of the Soup Nazi in Seinfeld, only here it's a sandwich. Think about that next you order your sandwich. Also, it's not much of a secret anymore, as going to late at lunch and you'll find the sandwiches have sold out. Expensive, yet delicious!
I used to eat here quite a bit when i worked in Edgemont Village. But if you are driving here, good luck finding a parking spot. The sandwiches are quite good, but it's hit or miss whether or not they are even open. And most of the time, they aren't even making the sandwiches. I suggest calling first and first asking if they will be open when you decide to go by.
This is my neigbourhood lunch place and a favorite for many. It not only has great sandwiches but also tasty salads, soups and antipasti. Other than the sandwiches, my favorites are the chicken breast and the Greek or rice salad. It's well worth a trip to Edgemont Village if you want good value and great food. It's always busy and usually you will have to stand in line, but the service if efficient and no one waits long. If you arrive late, you may find that they have run out of sandwiches.
I went to this popular spot in Edgemont Village in North Vancouver after being told about it constantly by friends. I ordered the prosciuotto and marinated red pepper sandwich. It was delicious!! The bagutte was freshly baked and warm to the bite. Great deal for about $7. There was a bit of a line up out the door but the staff is quick and food is worth the little wait.
North Van isn't so great when it comes to finding a nice place to eat, but La Galleria is definitely something outstanding. I go in for sandwiches and the staff is very accommodating to special orders, something I appreciate as I don't eat red peppers. I always get my sandwich within a reasonable time, no matter how busy it gets (and it gets VERY busy). However, I found that some of the newer hires aren't quite as good as the older staff and lately my bread has been over-toasted, or just plain dry. It has been happening more often but I still love the sandwiches, especially the pastrami and the prosciutto. I also do get some of the soups and pasta dishes and have consistently enjoyed them. The lasagna is absolutely perfect, and the prices are reasonable.