Harvey's Hot Sandwiches
Time Out says
An American-style deli serving subs, chopped salad, sundaes and soda
Sure, the sandwich might have been invented in the UK, but what America doesn't know about delicious things in bread doesn't need knowing. They brought us the hot dog, cheeseburgers, lox bagels, Philly cheesesteaks, PB&J, Cuban sandwiches, pastrami on rye, and the meatball sub. Now a flash venue in Parramatta Square is paying homage to the American Deli with a dedicated hot sandwich bar called Harvey's. The fit-out is very retro NYC, with chrome-edged diner tables, blue vinyl booths and framed black and white photos on the walls.
It's a customisable menu, so you choose your bread, choose your fillings and then tweak it with sides and extras. There's pastrami or brisket, with mustard or Russian dressing. There's a parmigiana, a beef dip (yes, like the Continental one), a Philly cheesesteak, hot fried chicken, and a muffuletta, which is good news for people mourning the loss of the one at A1 Canteen. Classics include meatballs, schnitzel, salad and smoked ham, and then you can go wild and add potato salad, fries or half pickles on the side.
Don't want bread? There's a chopped salad with chicken. Got small humans? They do kid's subs. Want something sweet? Get the house-made ice cream in a cookie sandwich or a sundae.
Shop 4, 05/12 Darcy St
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 7am-8pm; Sat 8am-8pm; Sun 8am-3pm|