110 E 7th St
New York, NY 10009
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- Sun - Thu 11:30am - 10:00pm
- Fri - Sat 11:30am - 11:00pm
Cuisine: Sandwich Shops
4.6 of 5.0 from 49 reviews
price range:$11 to $25
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by Kelly P.
pork sandwich, cheapeats
by Ryan G.
Carol Lim: "Their pork sandwiches are amazing! If you're in the mood for it, there's just no better place for that sandwich."
by Alex B.
First time we've passed the place without a line around the corner. Porchetta Sandwich was amazing!
by Kimberly J.
The cooking greens are savory goodness
by Amanda D.
by Jeffrey L.
Come here for the amazing Porchetta Sandwich, and pair it with the crispy potatoes and burnt ends if you're feeling ambitious.
by The Corcoran Group
Potatoes and Burnt Ends are amazing. Take one to go and reheat in an oven and they're still great.
by Brian M.
Not a huge pork guy, but this was phenomenal. The hard, crusty bread makes it special. Make sure and have a cup of water while eating.
by Addison W.
What to get: carnitas tacos.
by Nikki P.
New York Magazine Cheap Eats issue calls this "the best new cheap-eats mash-up" and recommends the carnitas tacos.
Be the rebel and order the carnitas tacos. The avocado salsa verde will change your mind about everyone elses.
by Daniel L
I'd like to try a better sandwich than the fennel pollen rubbed pork from here. But it probably doesn't exist.
by James W.
by Mat M.
Keep on raising their prices - it's now over $13 (including tax) for the sandwich
by Chris M.
Try the Porchetta Sandwich - Half size. Really good. (via @Foodspotting)
by Mike C.
Try the Porchetta Sandwich - #pork (via @Foodspotting)
by Carlos R.
Try the Porchetta Sandwich - Need absolutely nothing on it. (via @Foodspotting)
by Danyelle M.
The Lebanese Pressed Chicken Sandwich is roasted, sliced and slathered with toum, an intense spread of garlic, olive oil and salt. Pressed and topped with pickles, it evokes a Cubano by way of Beirut.
by Real Cheap Eats
The Tuscan establishment's take on the classic Lebanese chicken sandwich is an interesting contrast to its Bay Ridge and Astoria counterparts, but is as every bit as snappy and memorable.
Lebanese pressed chicken sandwich
by Jeremy F.
The ONLY thing to get (delivered!) is the Porchetta Plate (sliced porchetta meat, beans, and wilted cooking greens). http://www.delivery.com/menu/Porchetta
The porchetta was a disappointment. The bread was super hard and not enough crackling. Meat and bread's porchetta sandwich is way better. Go to Vancouver and try it!
Potatoes + burnt ends makes any day better
by Marco S.
I know everyone says it but ask for extra cracklings on your sandwich. Add a little hot sauce and I'm in heaven!
by Josephine S.
Village Voice is excited to have Porchetta at the 2012 Choice Eats food fest! Full list of restaurants here: http://ow.ly/8QjDQ
Try the Porchetta
by Bryan B.
Everything is great, but the potatoes and burnt ends have a special place in my heart.
by etta y.
The porchetta plate is enough to share and get the crispy potatoes with burnt ends!
by rahul d.
lemonade!!!!make sure you get napkins
by sarah l.
The best pork sandwich i ever ate!
by Tiago C.
Don't be a betch. Get skin and fat...no meat
by Dino O.
The crispy potatoes with burnt ends may be one of the best food-things on earth.
by Christian d.
Vegetarian sandwich uses olive oil to mind-blowingly delicious effect.
by Kushal D.
Good quality food. I loved the Ginger Ale there but I can't remember the name of the brand.
by Simmy P.
Awas sandwichnya pake babi, muslim jgn makan disini, haram semuanya disini
by Great J.
Classic porchetta sandwich & chicory salad (dressing = super garlicky) to go.
by Erin G.
Porchetta, is a one of a kind restaurant with a seriously unique menu. Makes for an indulgent night in when you order for dinner online.
Porchetta sandwich FTW!
by Diego Z.
"The sequence of flavors is thus: crunchy bread, liquefied fat, crackling fat, pork. There’s no question that the best part is the thick, crispy slab of belly." --James Traub
by The Local East Village
Pulled roast pork w/ crispy skin on fresh sourdough and a side order of roasted carrots that are ohh so caramelized and creamy!
by NearSay NYC
The best! Give it a try!
by Linda E.
Emma and her friend started my day off right. Big advocates for the East Village!
by David R.
yummy pork sandwich, a must!
by Rastakiki R.
Best sandwich of all time
by Jack H.
So many great things about this place. Score a seat by the window, watch the passersby and rock out while the staff plays al green and marvin Gaye
Holy hell! Crispy potatoes laced with pork! Ooooh man
potatoes and burnt ends ftw
by Josh C.
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