At Bunk, The Sandwich is King

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When is a sandwich more than a sandwich?

Photo Sasabune Omakase Modified: Flickr/erin/CC 4.0

If there’s one thing worth knowing about Bunk Sandwiches, which has two locations in Portland (one Southeast and one Downtown), it’s this: get there early. For one thing, it’s only open until 3 PM. For another, the lines can get long.

Bunk’s offerings are more than just sandwiches, though. They’re decadent, groan-inducing full meals. Even the seemingly simple breakfast sandwiches, like bacon, egg, and cheese on a hard roll seem to transcend that title.

Come lunchtime, the sandwiches are enough to make you want to take the whole day off in order to eat them very slowly: pulled pork with apple cabbage slaw, pickles, and mustard; roast beef with horseradish, caramelized onions, dijon & sharp cheddar; roasted chicken salad with dijon, bacon & avocado; Italian cured meats with marinated hot peppers & spicy provolone, a meatball parm hero.

Coffee is from Stumptown, and sides include red beans and rice and potato salad with bacon and egg.

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These sandwiches are made with love, you can tell. And after unwrapping your sandwich, you’ll certainly be eating with love.