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Sydney’s Best Vietnamese Pork Roll (Banh Mi Thit) – Reviews

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Earlier this month, noodlies, Sydney food blog announced an ambitious and totally controversial project – the search for Sydney’s Best Pork Roll (banh mi thit).  Yes, six weeks of pork roll munching and chomping to find the best pork roll in Sydney.  Go to the earlier noodlies post to nominate (closes 20th April) and for more information including:

  • description of a Vietnamese pork roll
  • list of nominated pork roll shops
  • selection criteria

Noodlies Sydney’s Best Pork Roll Search (12 March – 21 April)

As I’m chomping, I’ll be posting videos of the nominated pork roll shops with a very brief review summary.  The winner of noodlies Sydney’s Best Pork roll will be announced at the end of April.

So many pork rolls, so little time…

King’s Hot Bread: great crusty bread and creamy mayo taste.  Watch to the end of the video, they really do give service with a smile.

KK Hot Bread, Cabramatta

 

Nam Fong, Bankstown: great meaty taste, pate almost overwhelming, one for the meat lovers.

 

Bay Ngo, Bankstown: good pickles, but bread could be crunchier.

 

Flourland Hot Bread, Liverpool: cheap and cheerful in a unique location!

 

Vinata’s, Hughes St, Cabramatta: nice pickles, great meat and they make their own soy sauce.
See 702Sydney ABC radio broadcaster and a group of Sydney food bloggers rate this nominee.

 

Minh Hung “Hot Bread”, Hughes St, Cabramatta: great bread, nice price.

 

Kim Thanh, Cabramatta: Across from the station, it’s particularly popular at breakfast time for workers and students.

 

Viet Hoa, Cabramatta: Open 24 hours and is one of the oldest hot bread shops in Sydney


 

Hong Ha, Mascot: Feted by bloggers and foodies, the line can stretch out the door.

 

Marrickville Pork Roll, Marrickville: literally a hole in the wall, this place is easily the busiest in the area.

 

Hoan Cau, Cabramatta: Cheapest, cheerful and open very, very late.

 

Jamison Bakery, Penrith: Tasty pate, nice balance, bread could be crustier – one of the cheapest in town.

 

Tina’s Hot Bread, Canley Heights: the bread is one of the best crusty but not too ‘sharp’, very hot chillis too.

Video reviews of the best Vietnamese pork rolls in Sydney heretweet this

Viet Hoa Hot Bread
107 John Street, Cabramatta
Viet Hoa Hot Bread on Urbanspoon

Marrickville Pork Roll
236a Illawarra Rd, Marrickville
Marrickville Pork Roll on Urbanspoon

Hong Ha Hot Bread
1151 Botany Road, Mascot
Hong Ha on Urbanspoon

Jamison Bakery
100 Henry St, Penrith
Jamison Bakery on Urbanspoon

Tina’s Hot Bread
219 Canley Vale Rd, Canley Heights

Hoan Cau
9 John Street, Cabramatta

Kim Thanh Hot Bread
216 Railway Pde, Cabramatta

Minh Hung (hot bread)
9/44 Park Road (enter via Hughes St), Cabramatta

Vinata’s Hot Bread
13/1 Hughes St, Cabramatta

Flourland Hot Bread
239 George St, Liverpool

Bay Ngo Hot Bread
Shop 49 Old Town Centre Plaza, Bankstown

Nam Fong Hot Bread
Shop 54 Old Town Centre Plaza, Bankstown

King’s Hot Bread
240 Forest Road  Hurstville
King's Hot Bread on Urbanspoon

KK Hot Bread
2/85 John Street, Cabramatta


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  1. Dayle

    That looks very delicious! I am still yet to try one of these… There is a place at footscray that has huge lines… Today might be the day!!! Dayle

  2. Rune

    I love pork rolls but can no longer eat them due to my immunosuppression therapy after a recent transplant. My partner, on the other hand, can still eat them so perhaps we’ll visit some of the places mentioned here and he can eat the pork rolls while I find alternative tasty foods to review.


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