Sydney’s best sandwicherie - victoria street potts point sandwich/salad/soup bar – for sale
This is a deliberately designed European Style friendly inspired sandwich spot. Every day, locals come here to queue for baguettes, paninis and sourdough sandwiches, made to order and packed with fresh ingredients, including house-made pickles, free-range salami and slowly ripened cheeses.
Small’s opens early in the morning for brekkie sandwiches, pastries and Reuben Hills coffee. The croque monsieur is a morning favourite. Their take on the French classic is a melty, gooey, warming stack of double-smoked ham, gruyère and comte cheeses, bechamel sauce and dijon mustard, packed between two slices of Iggy’s sourdough toast. Lunch is a tight and regularly changing sandwich list offers six staples and two specials. There’s Florence and the Aubergine, filled with finocchiona (a Tuscan salami infused with pepper), walnut paste, creamed pecorino cheese, eggplant and rocket on panini. Meanwhile, the Nancy is a combination of baked ricotta, marinated artichoke, onion-and-currant jam, cos and dill gremolata on a panini. And the Al Green is a vegan-friendly pile of kale puree, avocado, iceberg lettuce, Granny Smith apple, alfalfa, pepita and vegan mayonnaise on a panini. There’s also a choice of salads, as well as a bunch of extras and sides. The owners have made the most of the pint-sized interior. Jars of house-made jams, syrups and preserves line the shelves; garlic braids hang from the walls; and a suspended fridge displays meats and cheeses, ready for slicing.
Asking Price: $205,000 + Stock
For more information contact: Michael Fischer.