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best sandwich at reading terminal market

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Which sandwich is the best? A cheesesteak? The pork sandwich? The carved roast turkey sandwich? Tell all your favorites...I'm trying to decide!

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  1. My vote goes to the DiNic's Roast Pork with Greens and Cheese

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    1. re: jessicheese

      I would second (or third or fourth) the DiNic's vote, and just add that I do a mix of the roasted peppers and the spinach, and then I put on a healthy dose of the banana peppers, and the result is one of my favorite things in the whole city, not just the RTM.

      1. I was there two weeks ago, and also two weeks before that, and both sandwiches were incredibly juicy, and wonderfully delicious. The quality has never wavered in the two dozen or so times I've had a DiNic's rost pork Italian.

        1. I'm not sure if the quality went down hill but I do know the last two times I've had a sandwich there, they were both dry and disappointing. I have to throw my vote at the rib sandwich from the Amish.

          1. re: Tonyjlive

            Just ate at DiNics last week. Had the brisket sandwich instead of the roast pork. It was good. The new deli looks interesting. Might have to give that a try next time.

            1. re: Rondo

              The deli's really good actually, especially the pastrami and corned beef. I like the roast pork at DiNic's much better than the brisket and the pulled pork myself.

          2. Thank you DiNic's fans. Went there for the first time yesterday and now I'm a fan too. Watched them spreading jus and pulling the pork to make my sandwich, which was delicious and big enough for dinner too.

            1. re: Max Buten

              Glad you liked it...you had the roast pork or the pulled pork?

               
              1. re: bluehensfan

                Guess I was too cute with "pulling the pork to make my sandwich." It was a delicious pulled pork sandwich."

                1. re: Max Buten

                  Nah, just seeing which of the two pork sandwiches you tried. I actually like the roast (as opposed to the pulled) pork myself.

          3. Salumeria Italian hoagie, with the house dressing and artichokes.

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            1. re: dagordon

              gotta agree with the Salumeria hoagie with the artichokes. nontraditional italian given the romaine and mortadella, but to me, the standout sandwich at the terminal. I haven't had the opportunity to try the new deli.

              1. re: brightman

                The corned beef and the pastrami are really good actually. They have come a long way there since the opening jitters to creat a great product. I actually also like the gyros at the market too, especially when I am not hungry enough to eat a whole sandwich at DiNic's.

            2. Same as Jessicheese verbatim, but, followed surprisingly closely by the rib sandwich from the Amish (Mennonites?) rib place in the northwest corner. Hot sauce on the side. And sweet merciful crap no cheese. They ask me every time I order it and I always say, "on barbeque?!?!?!" and they say, "some people like it," and I say, "communists?" and they say yes.

              Also, Dinic's less-often heralded sandwiches such as the Italian pulled pork are good times as well.

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              1. re: joypirate

                They're Amish, but when I ate there, there was one Mennonite woman working. There.

              2. I would say the roast pork at DiNic's with the provolone and greens too.

                1. I agree with the above posting for Salumeria. Their Italian hoagie is hands down my favorite...wwith the works, house dressing...