Time Out says
Mangia, mangia – a little slice of Italy has hit Victoria Harbour
When cracking Italian sandwich shop Saluministi opened up a second leg in Victoria Harbour, the people of Melbourne sopped it up. For Saluministi isn’t just a paninoteca serving delicious sandwiches – it’s a haven for serious salami and cured meats.
The light-filled space features a large, open plan kitchen and enough cured meat on display to make a Vegetarian blush. While the breakfast menu includes bruschetta, organic cereal and pane tostatos, it’s the paninis you really want. These fresh rolls are packed sky high with ingredients, including anything from calamari to sausage. Favourites include the porchetta (free range slow roasted pork, artichoke paste, pecorino romano cheese and rocket) and the cotoletta (crumbed free range pork loin, vincotto mayo, coleslaw and provolone dolce).
Grab one with a cup of fresh Italian stovetop coffee served with biscotti and be transported to Italy’s Amalfi Coast in no time.