La Sandwicherie

(305) 532-8934 | View Website

229 14th St, Miami Beach, FL | Directions   33139

25.785365 -80.131410

Open Hours

South Beach:

Su-Th: 8am-5am

Fri-Sat: 8am-6am

Brickell:

Everyday 10am-12pm

Thur-Sun 10am-5am

 
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More Tags: Food Delivery, People Watching, Local Favorite, Outdoor Dining

Price: $

Cuisine: French

Payment Methods: MasterCard, Visa, American Express

Neighborhoods: Flamingo / Lummus

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La Sandwicherie
Menu
Roast Beef, Ham or Turkey, Saucisson Sec (French Salami), Cheese Sandwich, Fresh Mozzarella or Brie, Vegetarian, Tuna, Avocado, Chicken (sliced or chicken salad), Salami Provolone... more

Reviews for La Sandwicherie

La Sandwicherie
Recommends

Fresh sandwiches for a quick bite. Great place for tourists who don't want to spend a lot of money of food!

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

DUMB PEOLPE – These guys are (sorry) to dumb to make a sandwich as I order it! Either they put stuff on the sandwich what I didn't ordered, or the forget half of the things what I order! That's why I HATE THAT PLACE!

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

American French Baguette Versus French Baguette – From time to time, that feeling of "tiens je me ferais bien un jambon beurre cornichon" comes to mind....! For French people I mean, Swandwicherie should be the right place in the entire Miami area to satisfy that French urge....! (we are talking basic food needs here guys......!) Well, let say that I had a copy (very bad) copy of what could be a jambon-beurre.

The baguette : which should be crispy but not too much, the inside supple but not too much,. the jambon (ham by the way French on the top of it) not greasy, but full of flavor, the butter, real butter between Britany and Normandy, the cheese well Gruyere would be perfect the french one from comte, sorry not the one from Neufchatel (Swiss) and then the French Cornichons, Roland would be fine....! or Maille Perfect....! well to my astonishing surprise (redondante I know) French baguette turned out to be a cuban bread, nothing wrong with it, but does not make it unless it is pressed), the butter, inexistant, cornichon (from Russia or Poland or Publix) the Gruyere, not from Swiss nor France, and the Ham, could not pin point where it was from... sorry!)

So, La Sandwicherie,the name is only what is left of Sandwicherie which means in french : sandwich shop...! how disappointing. and I will not even talk about the service....!

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

the Earl of sanwiches – Beautiful fresh sandwiches on baguettes and great smoothies and salad. You order from a long counter outside where you can either sit or get take out. There are no tables. They have been open for a long time, so you know in South Beach, that is saying something. I always get the tuna salad because the first time that I had it, it was so good. I try to eat alot of protein if I am eating bread, this is one place where I will eat bread, because the baguettes are so fresh and tasty. Good service, fairly quick, I think, because speed is not usually on my agenda for food prep.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Best Sandwiiches – There are no Tastier sandwiches than at La Sandwicherie. Everything is fresh and tasty. The bread is crusty as it should be and the meat and cheeses are delicious. I could eat here every day. Even vegetarians have a choice here. And don't forget those wonderful little french pickles. I could eat them even without those great sandwiches.Great variety and good prices,although whenever you get the bill it's a little more than it should be. Seems like regular South Beach "creative" math. Other than taht the place has the best sandwiches on and off Miami Beach.

Recommends
over a year ago

South Beach's only walk-up, ride-up, gourmet sandwich bar. – In Short
Located across the street from a well-known dive bar (Mac's Club Deuce), the only thing pristine about the place is its name and its upper-crusty bread. Open until the crack of dawn, the restaurant caters to the tattoo artists who work next door, club kids, cops, limo drivers, and anyone with an appetite for a made-to-order sandwich--with or without eight or so toppings, served on freshly baked, crusty French baguette or a croissant.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Fantastic Sandwiches!!! – When drinking late at night in the neighborhood, I always try to stop by at Le Sandwicherie. Wonderful sandwiches!!! Those little french pickles are the best.

The only bad thing is the bill- it's always a few more dollars than you expect. How do they add up their math, anyway?

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Eats Subway for Lunch – Ok, this place is pretty swank. The Saussison Sec sandwich is very tasty, especially if you load it up with the veggies (make sure you get those French pickles on there, too) and the vinigrette. I still dream about those sandwhiches when I am perusing the usual local fare of West Palm Beach: Taco Bell, Quizno's, Subway...blah.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

#1 – Without doubt for me, the one place I have ate at in the world that I think of often. I don't know exactly what it is about this place that floats my boat but I think the main ingredients are, good quality fresh food, abundance of it, at an excellent price in a good position.

We need one here in the UKfor sure. Something different.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

fast, cheap, and the portions are huge. two can easily share a sandwich. the smoothies are particularly good, and the misters surrounding the sandwich bar are very refreshing! a great lunch spot for locals and tourists alike.

Recommends
4.5
over a year ago

South Beach Je Sais Quoi – Although the location might seem sketchy at first, it's a very down to earth environment and completely safe. The sandwiches are fantastic and one of the few things on the beach that are not overpriced.

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