Best grilled cheese in Vancouver

By Vancity Buzz

  • Mom's Grilled Cheese Truck

    Wrapped in a cone with potato chips at the bottom and a juicy dill pickle on the side, Mom’s Classic Grilled Cheese Sandwich ($8) from Mom’s Grilled Cheese Truck, is a simple yet delicious meal.

  • Belgard Kitchen

    Belgard Kitchen offers a fabulously gooey grilled cheese toastie served on a wooden board with a pot of tomato soup fondue ($12). It’s available on the dinner menu, nightly until 11 p.m., and is even more delicious when paired with a pint of Postmark brew.

  • Hi-Five

    Gastown’s tiny grilled cheese-only shop, Hi-Five, offers it’s customers a short and sweet menu of grilled cheese sandwiches served on sourdough ranging from $3 to $6. Customize by adding bacon for an extra $2, or get sides like tomato soup, pickles, and orange pop.

  • Purebread

    Baked goods are not the only edible delights tempting patrons at Purebread. The Gastown bakehouse also whips up on site quality cheese-stuffed sandwiches. The Ultimate ($7.50) oozes with a three cheese combo, along with a bacon jam.

  • Meat & Bread

    Despite being better known for their meat-centric sandwiches, Meat & Bread (at their Cambie Street branch), offer a deliciously simple grilled cheese sandwich ($7), comprised of aged white Cheddar and shaved red onion.

  • Burgoo Bistro

    Burgoo’s remarkably decadent Gooey Cheese Grillers (GCG) are satisfaction guaranteed. For $14.50 patrons can enjoy grilled, angle cut, house baguette sandwiches stuffed with melted Mozzarella, Gruyere, Emmenthal and white Cheddar.

  • The Greedy Pig

    Grilled on two slices of buttered sourdough, and served with a small salad and a pickle, The Greedy Pig’s lavish grilled cheese sandwich ($10) is packed with a four cheese combo of Brie, Swiss, Mozzarella and applewood smoked Cheddar.

  • Red Wagon

    Driven by comfort-food classics, the Red Wagon features a no-frills grilled cheese sandwich ($10), on their all-day-menu. Accompanied by a smokey tomato soup, Red Wagon’s grilled cheese sandwich is served on grilled sourdough and layered with Cheddar, goat cheese and Swiss, and is sure to satisfy any grilled cheese craving.

  • Melt City

    Devoted to gooey melted cheese, the Melt City food truck serves up a range of scrumptious sandwiches. Those looking for more traditional grilled cheese should opt for the Melt City Classic ($8). Melted on your choice of freshly baked bread, the classic comes piled with a trio of cheeses, including Asiago, Monterey Jack and Havarti.

  • Deacon’s Corner

    It should come as no surprise that Deacon’s Corner offers an excellent grilled cheese sandwich, which comes in at just under $10. The diner-esque restaurant, which serves up a variety of comfort-driven food, uses thick cut slices of french loaf with a triple cheese combination of sharp Cheddar, Mozzarella and Jack Monterey. Options include with tomato or ham.