When it comes to sandwiches, the word Subway may immediately come to your mind. But if you are looking to try other sandwich places for a change, we have compiled a selected list right here. Keep reading as we reveal 8 Best Sandwich Places Other Than Subway in Klang Valley in alphabetical order.
1) A • Toast – Breakfast & Juice Bar @ Jalan Pudu
Opens as early as 6 am on weekdays, this small café serves popular breakfast options including sandwiches, wraps and French toasts. For the former, they have the likes of Milky White Toast — a zesty combination of grilled lemon chicken with sliced tomatoes and fresh lettuce sandwiched between the white bread. Those who are looking for something different may want to try their Bamboo Charcoal Toast, where they use bamboo charcoal bread as the base with savoury fillings including scrambled egg, cheese and spicy chicken floss.
Address: 291, Jalan Pudu, Pudu, 55200 Kuala Lumpur. | Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 6 am to 3 pm & Sat-Sun 8 am to 3 pm | Tel: 013-277 5654
2) Awesome Canteen @ Taman Paramount, PJ
Awesome, indeed. Their sandwiches are all handmade using artisan bread with three delectable choices to choose from. They include Turkey Ham and Cheese, Roast Beef with Roasted Vegetables and Roast Chicken Pesto with Melted Cheese. If that’s not enough, each serving comes with fries on the side.
Address: 19, Jalan 20/13, Taman Paramount, 46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor. | Opening Hours: Tues-Thurs, Sun 11 am to 10 pm & Fri-Sat 11 am to 11 pm | Tel: 03-7865 8048
3) Flakes @ The Hub SS2
Instead of using white bread for sandwiches, Flakes takes the otherwise plain croissants to a whole new level. And that is incorporating them with an assortment of savoury fillings and different textures. Take Avo Scrambled Eggs for instance: mashed avocado, scrambled egg and chopped roasted tomatoes sandwiched between the buttery and flaky croissant with a side of rocket salad. Alternatively, try their onion-based Ouef La Pute — a croissant sandwich with scrambled eggs, onion confit, melted cheddar cheese and smoked paprika aioli (garlic mayonnaise).
Address: B-G-06, The Hub SS2, 19 Sentral, Jalan Harapan, Seksyen 19, 46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor. | Opening Hours: Daily 10 am to 7 pm | Tel: 012-558 8490
4) Good Blue Men @ Seksyen 17, PJ
Tucked within the cosy neighbourhood of Happy Mansion building, expect plenty of interesting choices when comes to their sandwich selections. This includes the likes of Cheezy Meltdown, a mix of homemade white bread with three different types of cheese and other ingredients such as hashbrown and sauteed mushroom. They also have others like Beef Pineapple and Tom Yum Fish but first-timers would want to go for their signature Kam Heong Chicken — a combination of fresh lettuce and Kam Heong chicken breast marinated with 10 types of herbs and spices.
Address: AG-01, Ground Floor, Block A, Happy Mansion, Jalan 17/13, Seksyen 17, 46400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor. | Opening Hours: Daily 10 am to 10 pm | Tel: 03-7499 7394
5) Sunday Coffee & Cakes @ Taman Bukit Indah
Despite the name, this café isn’t just open for business on Sundays. Here, they are known for their Tamagoyaki Sando — a must-try homemade white bread sandwiched between a thick Japanese rolled omelette otherwise known as tamagoyaki. The golden-yellow tamagoyaki has a subtle hint of sweetness and savoury aftertaste, given the latter coming with crispy crumbs. Finally, wasabi is also included to help elevate the sandwich with an added tangy flavour.
Address: 14, Jalan Selera 1, Taman Bukit Indah, 58200 Kuala Lumpur. | Opening Hours: Mon-Wed & Fri-Sun 9 am to 6 pm | Tel: 03-7498 1038
6) Tedboy Express @ Various Locations
True to its name, Tedboy Express emphasises its grab-and-go concept for busy professionals looking for quick bites. Among them are their huge varieties of sandwiches such as Avocado & Egg, Chicken Pepperoni, Egg Mayo and Shrimp Cocktail. And if you are familiar with the Tedboy brand, they insist only the best and premium ingredients while the bread itself is baked fresh from scratch with no additives and preservatives.
7) The Toast House @ SS 15 Subang Jaya
Got a big appetite for a sandwich? Or more appropriately, it should be called sandwiches since the popular Taiwan-based Toast House’s signature charcoal-grilled range comes in a stack! This is particularly evident with their Jumbo varieties including beef patty, spicy chicken and marinated pork. Other than the protein, each stack comes loaded with hearty fillings like egg, mashed potato and cabbage. You can even add cheese for a fraction of a price. Remember to complete your meal with a cup of Taiwanese Black Tea or Special Royal Coffee.
Address: 70, Jalan SS 15/4b, SS15, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor. | Opening Hours: Mon-Thurs 7.30 am to 4.30 pm & Sat-Sun 8.30 am to 5.30 pm
8) VN Banh Mi Café @ Various Locations
Bored with the same old Western-style sandwich? Here, VN Banh Mi Café serves authentic Vietnamese cuisine and among them happens to be their signature banh mi (Vietnamese baguette sandwich) varieties. Their baguette itself is freshly made in-house from scratch every morning and stuffed with wholesome fillings such as meat (pork, chicken or fish), shredded carrots, Vietnamese pate and sliced cucumbers. Some of their must-try sandwiches include Banh Mi Thit Heo (baguette grilled pork) and Banh Mi Bo Kho (baguette with beef stew).
Address: Click Here | Opening Hours: Daily 10.30 am to 10 pm (Bandar Puteri & Bukit Jalil) / 11 am to 10 pm (Puchong Jaya) | Tel: 03-8060 0127 (Bandar Puteri) / 03-8080 4909 (Puchong Jaya) / 03-8999 2272 (Bukit Jalil)
Also, if sandwiches are not really your thing, you can check out these roti bakar places too!