Perth is a city that loves its sandwiches. From a Conti roll to a good old-fashioned Reuben, the sandwiches in Perth are sacred ground. Whether you’re hunting for a quick and easy lunch or a gourmet sandwich experience, the options are endless.
Luckily for you, we’ve scoured the city to bring you a list of the best sandwich shops in Perth, each offering its unique take on this lunchtime staple. So, whether you’re a sandwich traditionalist or an adventurous foodie, read on to discover Perth’s top sandwich spots.
Ask any local for a great sandwich spot, and they will point you in the direction of Joey Zaza’s, crowned the best sandwich shop in Perth. The menu is packed with a variety of sandwiches, Conti rolls, bagels, and wraps with all sorts of fillings, such as eggplant, corned beef, and the irresistible Nonna’s famous meatballs. The sandwiches are made fresh to order.
Need proof the corner store is back in all its glory? Venture to North Street Store, where the bread is baked fresh and stuffed with Mediterranean flavours. The 1950s-style fit-out is simple and bright, with a handful of tables and chairs outside for those who want to stay and eat, but takeaway is the most popular option. When dinner rolls around, a full menu is presented to its patrons. It changes daily, but expect beef rump with chips, roast broccoli, mushroom and thyme risotto, fish and chips, and more.
Oh So Deli is a hidden gem for those searching for delicious and unique sandwich options in Perth. Focusing on fresh, locally-sourced ingredients, the menu is rife with gourmet options, including roast beef with horseradish mayo, pulled pork with apple slaw, and a vegan tempeh and avocado option. Don’t forget to try their house-made pickles and sauces for an extra burst of flavour. Oh, and the chicken katsu sandos are a worthy contender too.
This family-run sandwichery knows everything there is to know about the lunchtime staple. With a touch of retro cool, this light-flooded sandwich bar is a popular spot, so expect to wait in line, but trust us; it’s worth it. From a Conti roll to a schnitty sub and cheese toastie, Peggy’s does it all. The kimchi and cheese toastie is a crowd-pleaser and is available all day.
Step into this pocket-sized corner shop, slinging 100 made-to-order lunch rolls until the sun goes down. Of course, you can get a Conti roll lined with Mortadella, provolone cheese, and rounds of tomatoes, but the other options are just as good. Think soaked crumbed chicken cutlets with lettuce, mayo, or any deli meat your heart desires. For something sweet, grab a slice of homemade carrot cake.