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Texas-Based Japanese Sando Pop-Up Headed to New Orleans

sandoitchi japanese sando new orleans

Super soft fluffy bread Japanese sandwiches are headed to New Orleans by way of Sandoitchi, a Texas-based pop-up. The Japanese Sando has popped up throughout Texas including in Houston and Austin as well as Los Angeles, and will be making its way to New Orleans next week!

Sandoitchi plan to offer a variety of Japanese sandos made on fluffy milk bread. Milk bread has an incredibly soft texture and was developed in Japan in the 20th century using tangzhong, a “warm flour-and-water paste traditionally used in China.”

Fillings for their sandos include egg salad, pork katsu, hot chicken katsu, and a fruit-filled version for $9 to $12 each. We are excited for the egg salad sando, pictured below.

eggs 3 ways to make 1 perfect sando

pre-ordering for week 2 of our ATX pop-up starts on sunday 1/17 at 6p

📷: @theaustinaesthetic

Posted by Sandoitchi on Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Sandoitchi runs on pre-orders only. You can begin placing your order via their website at 6pm this Sunday, February 28 for pick-up next Thursday, Wednesday, Friday, or Saturday. Just a heads up as to what to expect, the week 1 of their Austin pop-up sold out in only 7 minutes. 

 

Featured image via restaurant Facebook page. 

H/T: Eater

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