Lucky Pickle is a hole in the wall sandwich joint in the back streets of Surry Hills (parallel to Crown St) with a couple of stools to sit at if you need to dine there.
A short breakfast and lunch menu, but each option sounds amazing and what we ate was throughly enjoyable so definitely keen to try the others.
The options listed are available til 2:30 or sold out, which on our day of visit, the “pork belly, duck liver, pickled carrot, daikon, cucumber , coriander, mayo and sriracha” was sold out, and we were quite early.
Clearly this place is popular.
We opted for the Japanese inspired chicken katsu, cabbage, sesame, mayo and tonkotsu sauce, served on a golden crusty crunchy baguette. It was super tasty and ready almost as quick as we ordered it, which was appreciated.
We also ordered a salad, a takeway container, filled with quinoa, green beans, fennel, feta, almonds, honey mustard dressing, olives and herbs. For $12.50, we thought both items were reasonably priced.
Breakfast has two options of granola or eggs and coffee is by De Lorenzo, so we didn’t get a coffee, as we’re not huge fans of that roast. But the sandwiches are great, so do make it a plan to visit.
Staff were super friendly and efficient and had a great sense of humour too.
Shop 3, 509-511 Crown St (though hard to find with this address, it’s behind, enter via High Holborn)
Surry Hills NSW 2010
7:30 – 10:30pm
10:30 – 2.30pm or sold out