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Our Sydney: Here Are Our Readers’ Favourite Spots to Visit in Darlinghurst – Concrete Playground

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The humble sandwich has evolved well beyond being a school lunchbox staple. Partial responsibility can be taken by this hole-in-the-wall Stanley Street operation, which opened in January 2020. Its monster sambos, recommended by @teaguese, are served on thick-cut Sonoma bread and put the stodgy, stick-to-the-roof-of-your-mouth peanut butter numbers from your childhood to shame.

There are six to choose from, including crispy pork belly (with burnt butter ricotta, garlic sauce and salad) and spicy barbecue beef brisket (with caramlised onion chutney, horseradish and salad). There’s also a house-made falafel option, served with hummus, tahini, green sauce and roasted eggplant. Mrs Palmer also does a fortnightly special, occasionally…



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