There’s not a whole lot that you can absolutely, positively count on in this world, but here’s one thing: when a restaurant has this on display in their front window, I’m gonna be going inside that restaurant.
If there’s a more glorious sight in the world, I’d like to see it.
Oink, as you might imagine, specializes in pork sandwiches. One of the more interesting things about it are the add-ons to the sandwich; to go with the pork, you can either choose from a sage and onion topping, or haggis. I went with haggis, because I’m in Scotland, so obviously.
You also get your choice of sauce; I had mine topped with mustard mayo.
It’s a pretty great sandwich — the pork is very simply spiced, allowing its natural flavours to shine through, and it’s nice and tender while still maintaining some texture (some sandwiches like this have a tendency to be one-note mushy). The haggis and the mayo do a great job of complimenting the pork, but still allowing it to be the star of the show. It’s quite good.
HOWEVER. They get minus infinity points for having all that glorious crispy skin on display and then not including any in the sandwich. I guess you have to ask for it? That’s ridiculous. You’re ridiculous, Oink. Where’s my crispy skin??