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Before leaving Victoria, we decided to take out some food to eat on Ferry. We did same thing last year, so we know where to go. They are close from the bus stop, and they make sandwiches as fresh and quick.

That is Sam’s Deli. It is close to Tourist Information Centre. They offer half size as well, so if you are by yourself and don’t think you can finish, choose the half size.

We ordered a full size from their menu and shared it.

Turkey Bacon Club Full Sandwiches
(We asked to cut in half.)

Turkey Bacon Club Full Sandwiches at Sam's Deli in Victoria

Turkey Bacon Club Full Sandwiches at Sam's Deli in Victoria

We weren’t hungry on the ferry, so we ate at home that was still tasty.

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Sam’s Deli

Address: 805 Government Street, Victoria B.C. (map)
(Across the street from Tourist Information Centre)
TEL: 250-382-8424

Breakfast/Lunch
[Mon – Fri] 6:30 – 19:00
[Sat – Sun] 7:00 – 19:00

Sandwiches Menu

Sandwiches Menu at Sam's Deli in Victoria

Price Note
– Turkey Bacon Club Full Sandwiches $8.75

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For the last dinner in Victoria, we were walking around downtown and tried to decide where to go. After one hour or so, Collin suggested why not going to the place where we went last time. It was almost 8:30pm on holiday, so we hoped that restaurant still opened.

Pagliacci’s is on a quiet Broad street, between Fort and Broughton street, at the centre of downtown Victoria. The place was introduced in a TV show called “You Gotta Eat Here” of Food Network.

We ordered from their regular dinner menu and special sheet.

Gin Tonic

Gin Tonic at Pagliacci's in Victoria

Coffee

Coffee at Pagliacci's in Victoria

Bread

Bread at Pagliacci's in Victoria

The Ralph Kramden
(Boneless Chicken Breast Parmigiana baked with Tomato sauce, Mozzarella and Parmesan cheese)

The Ralph Kramden, Boneless Chicken Breast Parmigiana baked with Tomato sauce, Mozzarella and Parmesan cheese at Pagliacci's in Victoria

Jaws from Nightly Spacial Sheet
(Pan-seared Halibut topped with Avocado and a roasted Red Pepper vinaigrette served over roasted Asparagus)

Jaws, Pan-seared Halibut topped with Avocado at Pagliacci's in Victoria

Jaws, Pan-seared Halibut topped with Avocado at Pagliacci's in Victoria

New York Cheesecake
(This is the one that introduced by Food Network.)

New York Cheesecake at Pagliacci's in Victoria

The cheesecake was like 7cm-width and 7cm-height! A huge piece!

And, extra pictures of the restaurant.

Live Music at Pagliacci's in Victoria John from You Got Eat Here at Pagliacci's in Victoria

 

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Pagliacci’s

Address: 1011 Broad Street, Victoria B.C. (map)
(Between Fort and Broughton street)
TEL: 250-386-1662
Twitter: @Pagsvictoria

Brunch/Lunch/Dinner
[Mon – Thu] 11:30 – 15:00, 17:30 – 22:00
[Fri – Sat] 11:30 – 15:00, 17:30 – 23:00
[Sun] 10:00 – 15:00 (brunch), 17:30 – 22:00

Price Note
– Gin Tonic $5.00
– Coffee $3.00
– Jaws from Nightly Spacial Sheet $24.50
– The Ralph Kramden $22.00
– New York Cheesecake $7.25

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While we were searching restaurants, this place got Collin’s attention. Next day, we went there for quick snack before having dinner.

Le Petit Dakar is a small Senegalese restaurant, more likely a cafe or a place where you order food to go. It is located behind The Empress Hotel and close to bus depot.

Although we wanted to eat small stuff, such as chicken wings, it was almost closing time and there weren’t much choice. So, we ordered veggie samosas.

Veggie Samosa

Veggie Samosa at Le Petit Dakar in Victoria

And, extra pictures of the exterior.

Le Petit Dakar in Victoria Le Petit Dakar in Victoria

I definitely want to try another food there.

Le Petit Dakar

Address: 711 Douglas Street, Victoria B.C. (map)
(Behind The Empress Hotel, close from Belleville street)
TEL: 250-380-3705

Lunch/Dinner
[Mon – Fri] 11:00 – 19:30
[Sat] 12:00 – 20:00
*Closed: Sundays

Price Note
– Veggie Samosa $1.50

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