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Foodies are going mad for this new sandwich bar – and you can try it out for yourself next week

Foodies are going mad for this new sandwich bar – and you can try it out for yourself next week

  • Foodies are excited to try Sydney’s newest ‘star sandwich bar’ next week
  • Frank’s Deli in Waverly, in the city’s eastern suburbs has been an instant hit
  • The sandwich bar will be open to people from greater Sydney next week


Frank’s Deli in Waverly, in the city’s eastern suburbs, has already claimed a cult following after opening in early September

Foodies are eagerly awaiting the end of Sydney’s hard lockdown so they can visit the ‘new star’ of the city’s ‘sandwich scene’.

Frank’s Deli in Waverly, in the city’s eastern suburbs, has already claimed a cult following after opening in early September.

Quickly becoming a staple for the people of Bronte, Bondi, Waverly and ‘everyone else within five kilometres’ the new eatery didn’t remain a secret for long. 

And not everyone is happy about the deli’s instant popularity.

‘As if the queues here weren’t bad enough, please stop telling everyone,’ one man wrote on a post about the sandwich shop. 

 

Quickly becoming a staple for the people of Bronte, Bondi, Waverly and 'everyone else within five kilometres' the new eatery didn't remain a secret for long

Quickly becoming a staple for the people of Bronte, Bondi, Waverly and ‘everyone else within five kilometres’ the new eatery didn’t remain a secret for long

The family-run deli serves everything from sandwiches, burgers and ‘mean-looking toasties’ to sauces and delicatessen supplies.

Somebody described the cafe’s Rueben sandwich as ‘an absolute belter’ while others declared the chicken schnitzel roll their favourite. 

The owners of the deli appear humbled by their instant popularity.

'We are so happy you have loved all the food and continue to come back. Wild,' the owners of the family-run business said

‘We are so happy you have loved all the food and continue to come back. Wild,’ the owners of the family-run business said

‘We have been so overwhelmed by the turn out to our little family owned deli,’ they wrote alongside a team photo.

‘We are so happy you have loved all the food and continue to come back. Wild,’ they added.

Before asking people to return hungry.

The family-run deli serves everything from sandwiches, burgers and 'mean-looking toasties' to sauces and delicatessen supplies

They also shared pictures of their meatball sub

The family-run deli serves everything from sandwiches, burgers and ‘mean-looking toasties’ to sauces and delicatessen supplies

This appeared to give people outside their local area even more food envy.

‘As soon as this 5km bulls**t is over we’re there,’ one man promised.

While others revealed they ‘can’t wait to visit’.

The popular deli is open from 6.30am to 3pm weekdays and from 7.30am to 3pm on  weekends.

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