Seven sandwiches to try in Stonnington

Published on 26 August 2021

Bagels

Sick of your usual lunch order? Make the most of what’s local this lockdown and discover a new sandwich, sub, toastie or bagel on your next lunch break.

From dedicated sandwich delis to your local bakeries and cafes, here’s where to try your next sandwich within your 5km.

Stan’s Deli

This white and green hole in the wall sandwich deli is home to a delicious rotating menu of sandwiches, bagels and good coffee. From classics like the roast chicken to specials like the birria toasties and veal schnitzel, there’s always something new to try.

248B Glenferrie Road, Malvern

Maker and Monger

Prahran Market’s specialty cheese shop Maker and Monger is home to some of the best cheese toasties across Melbourne. From Australia’s leading cheese monger, Anthony Femia, the menu features delicious melt in your mouth toasties. Head over on a Saturday or Sunday to order weekend specials like the flaming reuben or the mortadella panini.

Prahran Market, 163 Commercial Road, South Yarra

Bad Eggs

Love eggs? You’ll love boutique sandwich shop, Bad Eggs. Choose from soft boiled eggs to scrambled eggs bundled in brioche buns, wraps, sourdough and soft milk buns. If you’re stopping by for breakfast make sure to pick up a coffee by Supreme Coffee.

180 Toorak Road, South Yarra

Windsor Deli

Windsor’s local neighbourhood café and deli is serving up a mammoth menu of deli sandwiches. Take a quick wander down to pick up lunch and choose from fillings like roasted pumpkin, jerk chicken falafel, pulled pork and much more.

33 Hornby Street, Windsor

Rustica Sourdough

Best known for their sourdough goods, Rustica Bakery down in South Yarra has transformed into a deli for the duration of lockdown 6.0, slinging delicious sandwiches and snacks like the fried chicken sandwich and the meatball sub.

501 Chapel Street, South Yarra

Neighbourhood Pizza Shop

Beatty Avenue’s Neighbourhood Pizza Shop is set to open during the day from this Friday as Neighbourhood Sandwich Shop. A favourite amongst locals during last year’s lockdowns, the return of the sandwiches will bring a little lunchtime joy to your day.

20 Beatty Avenue, Armadale

Dan’s Deli

The newest kid on the block in Toorak Village, Dan’s Deli has been the perfect surprise for locals looking to eat their way through their 5km. Get down early for your daily dose of coffee, sandwiches and bagels. Look out for the red façade, you can’t miss it!

434a Toorak Road, Toorak Village

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