Marrickville, Sydney – Since trying my first Vietnamese pork roll around 2 years ago, I have an inescapable urge to eat at least one every week.
I’m still shocked by my tardiness in discovering these amazing sandwiches that offer an intense combination of flavours in every bite.
They truly are the perfect fusion of ingredients – a crusty French baguette, with pork, paté, fresh salad, chilli and coriander.
Marrickville Pork Roll is a hole-in-the-wall takeaway shop that specialises in making these pork rolls.
From what I’ve heard, they have built a solid reputation in Sydney as the place to get your fix. And the proof is in the line-up that you’ll generally find here.
Blink as you walk by and you will miss it (just look out for the crowd gathering outside in anticipation of filling their bellies up).
They also sell other types of rolls if pork is not your thing. Or you could always make pork your thing, just this once!
Visit: 236a Illawarra Rd Sydney, NSW; Call: 0420 966 368; Open 7am to 6pm, 7 days; Wallet: very affordable; Tip: avoid the rush by going before or after lunchby