The Best Sandwiches in Perth
After sunshine and surf, sandwiches are what keep this city humming. Perth’s love for the humble sanga started in the ’50s, when grocers like The Re Store and now-closed Di Chiera started selling their fast-hit continental rolls. Since then, we’ve embraced the lot – bread lined with crispy porchetta, fried chicken, meatballs, fried oysters, baked eggplant and almost every other meat, seafood or veg imaginable. And the popularity of relative newcomers such as Peggy’s, Bagel O’s and Drasko’s Hot Chicken shows that really, we’re just getting started. For your next lunch hour pit stop, swing by one of these excellent sandwich houses, which have been tested and curated by Broadsheet’s expert food and drink editors.