Where to grab the best lunch sandwiches in New Orleans
New Orleans is a place where you can get delicious food without breaking the bank. Some of the best food is under $ 15!
If you’re looking for a delicious lunch sandwich, look no further than this list of the 5-04 best affordable lunch sandwiches; guaranteed to satisfy your hunger for under $ 15.
3014 Dauphine Street
This beautifully restored event space and restaurant has been serving delicious breakfasts since 2018. Chef and co-owner Christopher St. John has created an affordable snack menu that is sure to satisfy your cravings. I love that much of the food here is vegan and gluten free. The menu includes grilled broccoli, crispy Brussels sprouts and fried pickled cauliflower.
Kimchi Melt (gf / vegetarian option) – Braised breast or smoked cauliflower, kimchi, cheddar, gochujang aioli on Texas toast ($ 12)
Fried Chicken Sandwich (gf) – Fried chicken thigh, homemade pickles, cabbage, spicy dill ranch on sesame bread ($ 10)
5031 Freret Street
Chicken sandwiches are officially taking the country by storm, but Good Bird has been ahead of the game since 2016, serving them at the St. Roch Market before moving to Freret St. Chef Leo Sloan created a chicken restaurant that uses fresh, free ingredients. range chicken that does not contain hormones or antibiotics. Chef Sloan not only cares about great food, but great cooking as well. One of the best things about Good Bird is that you can make any of their sandwiches! Want something more than a sandwich? Good Bird also offers bowls and salads.
The Good Bird – roast chicken, verde, romaine, aioli, ciabatta ($ 10)
The Green Bird (vegan) – hummus, avo, sliced, cucumber, roasted red pepper, verde, mesclun, multigrain ($ 10)
Cuban Cafe Que Rico
4200, rue du Magazine
I have been a long time fan of Que Rico Cuban Café and the fantastic and authentic squeeze sandwiches from owner Iderlin Donna Rivera. On the menu here you will not only find the classic Cubano made with slow roasted pork, ham, Swiss cheese, light mustard and pickles on pressed bread, but other tasty options such as Ropa Vieja, a steak grated tender flank infused with rich flavor. , served with a stew sauce for dipping; and vegan Cuban, fried yuca topped with pickled coleslaw, chopped sweet plantains and Mojo sauce. The menu also includes other Cuban favorites, if you fancy more than just a sandwich.
Classic Cubano – $ 12
Ropa Vieja – $ 13
Vegan Cubano – $ 12
R & O’s Restaurant and Caterer
216, route Métairie-Hammond.
Rolland and Ora Mollere opened their first R & O’s Pizza Place restaurant in 1980 at the back of East End Bakery. It moved to its current location in 1993, where this local favorite serves poor boys, pizza, pasta, soups and salads. This place is known for its meat and seafood filled poboys. One of their most famous poboys, the roast beef, is considered one of the best in town. The secret is a family recipe that includes a homemade brown sauce and grated meat “scraps” that are soaked in the sauce for 90 minutes.
Po Boy Roast Beef- 5 ″ half- $ 8, 9 ″ whole- $ 10.30
Po Boy Shrimp – 5 ″ half – $ 8.95, 9 ″ whole – $ 13.25
930 Tchoupitoulas Street
Chef and owner Stephen Stryjewski serves up homemade meats and sandwiches that are sure to satisfy. Cochon Butcher is passionate about presenting artisanal and handcrafted ingredients found in fresh produce, eggs and dairy products. Their food comes from local farmers and their bread is made fresh daily and delivered from La Boulangerie.
The Pig Mac – 2 pork patties, special sauce, lettuce, American cheese, pickles and onion on a homemade sesame seed bun. ($ 11)
Pig Muffaletta – made with homemade meats and olive salad ($ 14)