“The local favorite lunch stop, with one ordering window and a few tables of covered outdoor seating, is situated below the interstate with rumbling of 18 wheelers passing by– giving it a diesel smell, but a convenient location for area workers to have a hearty sandwich. The ordering process is fast-paced– have your order ready when you approach the front of the line and be ready to pick it up immediately when your number is called. The small establishment is filling hundreds of orders during peak hours and the counter staff don’t want to miss a beat with late-collected orders.[…]The highlight of this Philadelphia eatery though was Tony Luke’s roasted pork Italian: thinly sliced tender pieces of meat and provolone cheese with one unique addition - broccoli rabe sautéed in garlic. The tender and peppery pork seems to melt with the garlicky greens. The sandwich is held together by a firm piece of French baguette style bread. Quality ingredients and well-balanced spices give this proprietary specialty a winning combination that brings back customers again and again–me included.”
We could definitely go for a Roast Pork Italian right now.
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