8 Brisbane Sandwiches You Need To Get Both Hands On

Hey, breadwinner!

By Dinushka Gunasekara | 7th December 2021

Call it a sanga, sarnie, or sando – it doesn’t matter. You can’t go wrong with a good ol’ sandwich. When hunger strikes, don’t mess around with a subpar sub. We’ve gotten our hands dirty and found eight of Brisbane’s best sandwiches every bread-and-butter lover needs in their life.

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Sunny Side


Endorsed and loved by Style!

As the home of feel-good sandwiches, Sunny Side takes the humble sanga and cranks it up a whole lot with fresh ingredients and downright sublime combinations. Their small but mighty menu includes a weekly special that’s a must-try before it’s gone. Plus, we don’t say this lightly, but Sunny Side has the best breakfast sandwich in Brisbane with free range scrambled eggs laced with kewpie mayo, smokey bacon, kimchi mayo, caramelised onions, and American cheese on thick cut Shokupan Bread.


Danny Boys

Kelvin Grove

Need I say more? The crew at Danny Boys know nothing hits the spot like a good sandwich, which is why they make the best! With gourmet fillings, signature favourites, and flat grills that will knock your socks off, you’re spoilt for choice. You’ll also be digging in guilt-free as the meats are roasted on site, cheeses are hand sliced, sauces are homemade, and the bread is baked fresh every day. Do yourself a favour – pick up a broccoli and cheddar soup to go with your sanga and thank us later.


New Farm Deli

New Farm

Brisbane’s iconic Italian deli and café since ’75 is no stranger to a droolworthy meal, and that’s exactly what you can expect with their sandwiches. The array of sourdough paninis at New Farm Deli will fill you up with the perfect flavour combinations like roast beef, goats’ cheese, and beetroot relish or prosciutto, bocconcini, and pesto.


Reuben’s Deli & Bar


Does house cured and smoked pastrami sound like your kind of party? You’ll feel like you’re in a New York delicatessen with the unpretentious sandwiches and subs here, served with a dill pickle speared on the side. Our pick? It’s in the name: Reuben’s signature deli sandwich featuring pastrami layered with swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and Russian dressing.


Rosalie Gourmet Market


This European food emporium brings together daily baked artisanal breads with fresh ingredients to create the finest sandwiches you’ll want in both hands, at all times. These are a crowd favourite, which is why Rosalie Gourmet Markets also offer their sandwiches for catering that will have your guests taking notes.


Tippler’s Tap

Fortitude Valley and South Bank

With a beer in one hand and one of the sandwiches here in the other, you’ll have yourself a match made in heaven. The subs and sandwiches at Tippler’s Tap are hearty and sometimes a little sloppy, in the best kind of way. Think Cuban mojo slow cooked pork shoulder, swiss cheese, house sour pickle, sliced ham, and barbecue sauce with a side of fries, of course.


Coffee Head Co

South Brisbane

The gourmet toasties here are practically an institution themselves! Coffee Head Co’s ever-popular menu of grilled goodness has something for everyone, from The Cuban with naturally smoked Echo Valley free-range ham, smoked free-range pork, Polish dill pickles and gruyere cheese, to The Falafel with hommus, pickled red onion, and garlic aioli served between sliced Italian flat bread. Even the classic cheese and Vegemite is one for the books!


Jocelyn’s Provisions

Multiple Locations

Baked goods are Jocelyn’s Provisions’ forte, which most definitely includes their deli range or classic sandwiches. The perfect way to grab and go, all your faves are on offer, like pastrami, provolone, roasted veg, and pesto or mortadella, sopressa, and ricotta on a chewy ciabatta. Plus, your next event is sorted with their range of cocktail sandwiches available across their stores.