It's a head turning price rewind. We haven't seen these prices since two decades ago.
The sign is make-shift but it's not a misprint or a special promotion. The owner has guaranteed this price is here to stay. And what a price! A couple of coins is all it takes to walk away with that Vietnamese classic street food, banh mi thit. Noodlies, Sydney food blog has long had a fascination for pork rolls, a satisfying feed with a surprisingly complex taste made up of over 10 ingredients.
Pay attention folks while your roll is made in front of you in typical street food style (though in a fancy restaurant, they might call it an open kitchen). That freshly baked roll (if you're lucky it'd be warm), three types of meat, mushy pate, creamy mayo, pickled carrots and radish, cucumber thinly sliced lengthwise, spring onion, chilli and soy sauce.
Yup, you get a lot in a pork roll for fewer coins than your morning flat white.