Time Out says
This CBD café is all about doing one thing and doing it well. For owner Kerrin Rattray and the team at Larder Section that one thing is sandwiches.
Stroll into the sleek and minimalist Hardware Lane store and you’ll be greeted with a lunch menu as long as your arm. Just about every sandwich imaginable is on there from a classic reuben or the blat to the slow braised lamb or pulled pork rolls.
There are a few other dishes available such as the mezze plate, kofta (house made Middle Eastern meatballs) and the pork, slow cooked for 10 hours and served with house made barbecue sauce.
Coffee comes from Dimattina and there are also fresh juices, loose leaf teas and nutella hot chocolates on offer. If you’re after a stiffer drink to finish off your day then there’s beer, cider and wine available as well.
The café itself is small, with the focus on take away lunches rather than dining in. However for those who would prefer to take a seat there are is a bench along the window, a small communal table in the middle of the compact space, as well as a few chairs outside in the laneway.