Saul’s Sandwiches is known for its stacked New York-style hoagies, saucy chicken-parm and eggplant-cutlet sangas, and smoked-pastrami numbers that call for a two-handed attack.
But owners Leor Haimes and Elliot Koren (also behind Bentleigh East’s Time & Place) have made their wares even more accessible by adding this drive-through sandwich and coffee shop to their repertoire. It joins three other Saul's locations in Bentleigh East, Hawthorn and Carnegie.
A racing-red facade marks the spot on Kings Way in South Melbourne, at the former site of coffee drive-through Europa.
When you pull in, expect the full range of Saul's sangas – minus its time-intensive toasties. You'll also find a couple of sweet signatures, including a custard-and-puff-pastry slice, and custard-filled choux pastry puffs.