The best sandwiches in Sydney
Order the: Chilli chicken on white
This warm lemongrass heavy Thai-style chicken is a top notch sandwich filling – the marinade on the chicken replaces a need for sauce, and white fluffy bread and lettuce pin things together nicely. Add a swipe of everything from the salad bar for $3 if you’re really hungry.
Order the: Bacon and kale
This sambo veers into breakfast territory with countless slices of crispy bacon, tangled with shreds of kale. The salad is seasoned with loads of mayo, breaking down the usually tough greens, making it an excellent slaw. We’re also huge fans of the mushroom, jalapeño and cheese toastie here too.
Order the: Alex B
Don't let someone film you eating this amazing sub that features a tender maize-and-herb crusted eggplant schnitzel, given extra saucy power with the combined forces of a parmesan custard and a classic tomato passata, plus basil for herbal freshness. The whole lot is then sealed together with a generous amount of melted mozzarella.
Order the: French Dip
There's no filler. This is a sandwich constructed from the best bits in every category. The layers of roast beef strike the perfect balance between that rare, pink blush and edges of caramelised fat. The meat is uniformly tender and flavoursome and over the top they've melted just enough cheese to bind everything together. Even at this point it's juicy enough, but the bowl of pan juices for your to dip each bite into is what makes this unlike any other sandwich in town.
Order the: Go Getta Porchetta
Rounds of soft pork fill out this indulgent lunchtime banger sanger, with bits of sneaky crackling hiding in between the Brickfields bread. Bonus points for the side of crisps and the fact it comes wrapped and tied up like a gift – which is suitable considering it’s the perfect lunchtime treat for yourself.
Order the: BLT
Choose between or white or brown bread here then get ready for your two-hand hunger-buster. The shreds of bacon are just crisp enough and piled high, contrasted with crunchy lettuce, creamy aioli and fresh toms.
Order the: Chicken schnitzel sandwich on brown bread
This classic combo combines crumbed chicken with extra carbs, with great results. The schnitty is juicy but not oily and has nice crisp edges. The savoury creamy mayo blends with just the right ratio of salad to bring you back from the brink of lunchtime overindulgence and the soft brown bread pins everything neatly in place.