Porchetta Sandwich - the business
the action aka line
the sandwich artist
It’s my first morning in San Francisco and where should I hit up? I’m going to go to the Farmer’s Market at the Ferry Building. What more can you want? coffee, food trucks, scenery, and true San Francisco living.
The must visit at the Farmer’s market is Roli Roti which is home to one of the best sandwiches in SF… the Porchetta. Also it’s the first rotisserie food truck with a dedication to organic and sustainability. The sandwich is slow cooked pork loin served in a baguette and topped with some crispy pork skin and arugula. Taste…so amazing like the Kanye West song that featured Young Jeezy. The lines are long but if you sustain, you are in for a real San Francisco treat.
Saigon Deli (Seattle)
This is my go-to spot for Vietnamese sandwiches and the champion is the Banh Mi Thit Nuong (Grilled Pork). It is sweet harmony with the grilled pork, pickled vegetables, cilantro and the savory bread. Fresh, authentic, and packed with flavors. One of the best sandwich deals in town for $3. Newbies, please watch out for the jalapeno because it will creep up on you.
Hands down the best sandwich spot in Seattle… years and years Armandino Batali (Mario’s pops) has been holding it down providing the best italian cured meats around. My sandwiches of choice are the hotter ones (pun intented) - the lamb, porchetta, or meatball. However I do get the cured meats on the side as well…such as the proscuitto, hot sopressata, mole salami, and coppa. Too bad this place is only open M-F, but I incorporate visits on my day offs.
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One of Seattle’s most progressive american cuisine food gamers. classic dishes with a modern execution. ingredients are top notch and most dishes I’ve had.. harmonize well. Hands down, my fave brunch spot in Seattle.