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Ready your taste buds: new vending machines serve up on-the-go meals!

Ready your taste buds: new vending machines serve up on-the-go meals!

A sushi wrap in front of a vending machine at Lafarge Lake–Douglas Station

Feeling hungry?

We’ve partnered with local small businesses Sushi Mori, Nicli Pizzeria, and Khaykery Bakery to bring their sushi, Italian subs and Filipino frozen dessert to vending machines at different SkyTrain stations across Metro Vancouver and the SeaBus terminal at Lonsdale Quay.

The first of these machines are already testing during select times and dispensing your favourites at Lonsdale Quay SeaBus Terminal, Coquitlam Central Station, and Lafarge Lake–Douglas Station. They will become fully operational at these locations in the coming weeks!

The vending machines accept credit and debit card payment.

Later this summer, vending machines at Joyce–Collingwood, Metrotown, Edmonds, Burquitlam and Moody Centre stations start dispensing. Aside from food and beverage items, we’re also looking introduce other offerings such as an automated kiosk for air balloons.

We are proud to support these small local businesses in serving their unique food, beverages and other products to you, our customers, during this 12-month pilot.

About the offerings

Bento Wave by Sushi Mori

Sushi Mori is a Coquitlam-based Japanese fusion eatery. Their vending machines feature sushi, salads, and Asian teas.

Fresgo by Nicli Pizzeria

Nicli Pizzeria is an that has operated in Metro Vancouver for 21 years. They also operate a to-go pizza concept at Stadium–Chinatown Station. Their vending machines sell various pizzas, calzones, sandwiches, wraps, pastas, and beverages.

Khaykery Bakery

Khaykery Bakery is a local, Filipino-owned bakeshop in downtown Vancouver that’s best known for their Silvanas. It’s a Filipino frozen dessert sandwich, which is similar to a macaroon, made of two cashew-meringue wafers filled with buttercream and dusted with nut- and cookie-flavored crumbs.


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