Sal’s Flatbread

25 Mar
Gyro from Sal's

Gyro from Sal’s

Sal’s Flatbread was previously known as Byblos Mediterranean, and I’m pretty sure that it’s still owned by the same company – the company you’ll probably know for their mass-available Baklava, Byblos Bakery.

Open for lunch and dinner 6 days a week inside Mount Royal University, Sal’s is a decent place to grab a quick lunch. I’ve also seen them previewing what I guess is a breakfast flatbread, so their menu might be expanding soon to serve the students at MRU. They offer a variety of calzones and flatbreads, plus hummus, pita, salad and a few other small items (including those Baklava treats…)

I always go for the gyro flatbread though (hold the onions) which is delicious! They bake the bread right on site as you order it, and it always tastes fresh…

A while back I took a photo while I was having some lunch (just ignore the tray liner which I blurred for privacy) which included a Matcha smoothie from Booster Juice (also in the same food court) and the gyro from Sal’s.

If you’ve checked out Sal’s – what do you think? Let us know in the comments below!

Sal’s Flatbread
4824 Mount Royal Gate SW
Calgary, AB
(403) 880-3066
Sal's Flatbread on Urbanspoon


Posted by on March 25, 2014 in South-West Calgary


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2 responses to “Sal’s Flatbread

  1. Dawn

    March 27, 2014 at 3:02 pm

    Today at lunch we had catering from Sals too, with MINI flatbread and calzones. Such a good idea.

  2. Jennifer

    June 12, 2014 at 8:37 am

    It doesn’t look good but I have been there and it tastes good for sure. The woman at the counter is also really nice.


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