Third time getting take away for class. Being boxed in by the parametres of food that does not require reheating whilst being able to retain its freshness for a couple hours without refrigeration, I was definintely quite pressed for ideas. Thankfully, I found some inspiration in Vietnamese Baguette whilst walking through to the bus station in the bottom level of the Myer Centre.
Despite the name, there were also quite a few non baguette options such as salads, noodle soups and rice. Out of logistic convenience, we opted for baguettes for dinner rather than exploring the other options.
A bit like subway, once we chose our main meat, we had a selection of salads before toasting the baguette.
It was a real shame I wasn't able to eat it on the spot. The temptation was real as I held onto the hot toasty bread rolls and walked it to class. The bread was definitely very fresh and fragrant.
Queen V had the lemongrass chicken, whilst I opted for the signature crispy pork belly. This was probably the best dinner I've ever had for the price of $5.80. Despite the heat from the toasting having long gone from the sandwich, the bread was still wonderfully fragrant, with a chewy crusty exterior and a soft fluffy interior. The meats in both were ample, my pork belly still had a crispy skin and was well seasoned, and the salads were fresh and tasty. Queen V was particularly impressed to find a generous amount of pate in her lemongrass chicken roll.