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Euro Pastry House

1058 Mainland Street, #114
Vancouver, BC V6B2T4
Tel: (604) 602-0003
Neighbourhood: Yaletown
  • Cuisine: Sandwiches, Soup
  • Price: $$ ($15 - $30)
  • Reservations: Large groups only
  • Our famous Euro Chicken Schnitzel Sandwich has been the talk of Yaletown since we opened in 2005, and since then, new menu items have been added such as our incredibly popular Wild Salmon Patty Burger! In addition to our exquisite savouring sandwiches and soups made on the spot, you may also enjoy all day breakfast and organic coffee to satisfy a truly hearty appetite! All of our ingredients are made fresh daily and prepared with care and attention to your individual tastes!


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Decent sandwiches
By EatsFats of Vancouver (322 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, September 23, 2010 - 11:11pm [Dine in]

Well, I dunno where I got it from, but I heard about some really good sandwiches here. So, being faced with a slight change in my daily schedule and finding myself needing grub nearby, I stopped in to pick up a sandwich.

What to get? The classic, Euro Chicken Schnitzel (not the deluxe...). I think that ran me just over $7 (most other sandwich choices were around that price). Not that cheap I thought, but I guess compared to Subway, it is a way better deal.
Took a few minutes to do because I guess they were frying up the chicken right away.

The sandwich was packed with goodies, aside from the chicken, all sorts of other vegetable matter. I bit in. It was pretty good. Chicken not too dry, taste was okay. The problem? It tasted exactly like I expected. No surprise, no mind-blowing flavours...
So yeah, I got full, pretty full. It's a packed sandwich, and on hindsight, I would say a better deal than Subway or Quizno's or McD's for that matter. But is it a sandwich place worth plunking my $7 on? Hmm..... no. Not unless I've got a real sandwich craving and I can't walk a few blocks. I mean, I could fill my tummy for much less at Gyu-don. I had a really eye-opening sandwich at the milk & waffle bar a few blocks away. I would be happier with a couple of deluxe Viet subs, Sciue has waaay better bread in their sandwiches, these guys just use regular pre-sliced bread.
It's a bone standard sandwich that is done pretty well, so I suppose if that is what you're looking for, be my guest. It's good food, it just isn't special. For the same money, I'd walk over to Sciue.

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