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Iberico Pork Katsu Sando
Introducing the sando that birthed a million smug Instagram posts. If you’re one of those people that likes lining up your pens and colour-coordinating your bookshelf, prepare to feel a little turned on when you first feel this flawless formation of meat and bread. The real star of this sandwich is the tender pork but there’s still a decent hit of saucy katsu flavours. Sadly this aesthetically stunning pork triumph is over a tenner, which arguably is pretty steep for a sandwich, but trust us, it’s worth it.
n.b. Arcade Food Theatre is currently closed, but you can order a DIY katsu sando kit here.
Tou is from the team behind Tata Eatery and they’re the architects of London’s most precise formation of meat and bread. Aside from its flawless measurements, the katsu sando is neatly stacked with thick slabs of crispy Iberian pork that’s seriously good and smears of raspberry and XO sauce on each slice. There’s an egg mayo and brioche hot dog too, but the katsu sando is (and always will be) the star of the show.
N.B. Arcade Food Theatre is currently closed, but you can order a DIY katsu sando kit here.
Iberian Katsu Sando
In theory, this now-famous Iberian pork sando is just three things put together: bread, meat, and bread. But it tastes like so much more and it is actually worth it’s >£10 price. It’s surely London’s most precise formation of meat and bread. Perfect bricks to build upon if that crisp and juicy pork didn’t taste so good and the raspberry and XO sauce didn’t bring it all together.