King of Sandwich is part of the Citi Centre food court, which has entrances from Rundle Mall, Pulteney Street and Hindmarsh Square. This unassuming place is home to a number of choices that make for a great lunch or snack during the day if you are out and about in town.
The types of foods you will find at King of Sandwich include a range of rolls, slices, quiches, hot food and sweets. The rolls are freshly made at your request, with a selection of fillings available. There is also a selection of rolls that are pre-made, such as cheese and ham varieties that come served toasted.
Chicken and Cauliflower Slice from King of Sandwich
Rolls aside, King of Sandwich's range of slices and quiches cannot be ignored. Pictured above is their chicken and cauliflower vegetable slice, which is filling and hearty without being heavy. The example shown above is rich in flavour, benefiting from the backed in cheese topping, which adds a nice crunch to the meal.
Another choice available from their range of dishes is the quiche Lorraine, pictured below. The quiche is equally filling and hearty when compared with the chicken and cauliflower slice, and despite the bacon and cheese filling at the core of the dish, it escapes being overly heavy.
Personally, since working in the city King of Sandwich has become a regular haunt of mine, for a number of reasons. Firstly, while the food is simple it manages to encompass a range of flavours, something that not many places of this ilk can achieve. Admittedly, it is not gourmet, but judging by the location you have probably already figured that out.
The second reason I have frequented King of Sandwich is because, while the food is not gourmet, neither do the prices command a premium. Both of the dishes above cost $4 and $5 respectively, and they were decent serving sizes. There are not many places in the city you could get that type of food for those prices.
Overall, King of Sandwich presents a quick and tasty meal for anyone not wanting to spend a whole lot on their lunch while out and about in the city. If you're hoping to save a few dollars without skimping on taste or serving size, definitely give it a try.