Wednesday, 8 August 2012
Sunny's Bakery, Collingwood
I could have sworn Smith st had around 4 Vietnamese hot bread bakeries and planned on reviewing them all in one foul swoop. Really make a day of it I suppose, but on arrival, the reality of gentrification set in. A damn shame really. Only 2 places exist on all of Smith st to get a humble pork roll. N. Lee had already been reviewed so I had to make the most the day trip and get a huxtaburger to fill the hole that had enough space for 4 pork rolls. Now the reason we are here in the first place;
I can see why so many cool folks go to N.Lee over Sunny's but having said that its not entirely shit. Plenty of good cold sliced meat to give it some snout and not much salad, but still fresh. The bread rates highly but overall it is a fairly plain offering. Chilli had room for improvement and very generous with the pepper.
Ingredients: Mayo, Pat'e, 3 cold sliced meats, cucumber, pickled carrot, coriander, chilli, salt and pepper, soy sauce