Came due to hype over pork sandwich. What’s the big deal? Just one wet tasteless sandwich. Big though and reasonably priced.
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One of the better meal ball subs I’ve had. Def recommend this place! I think I will try another dish the next time I go though. Give it a shot if you want some inexpensive and good food.
Was in Center Philly for a convention. Have not been to DiNic's for many years and figured I would try it out again as I love roast pork sandwiches. I have been to John's Roast Pork many times and figured this could be a great...More
I also had the roast pork with broccoli rabe. I couldn't finish it. Bitter, no flavor, not much cheese. I think it must be an individual taste thing. I would give that sandwich a one star rating. To be fair, I also tried the brisket...More
So we heard about the claim of the Best Sandwich in America and thought obviously we have to check it out. While we loved the broccoli topping the roast pork itself was a bit dry and bland. Overall just an average pork sandwich. We were...More
I had the "Award winning" roast pork with broccoli rabe sandwich and it was pretty much the worst I have EVER had, I could not eat it and I was still tasting the nasty for hours afterwards. Pork was SUPER dry, rabe extra bitter!! Staff...More
Stopped by the reading terminal market for lunch and was not disappointed. Dinic's pork sandwich was delicious. I recomend getting the the provolone it was awesome with the slow roasted pork and sweet peppers. So much good food the choose from in the market, but...More
We visited Tommy DiNic's in the Reading Terminal Market when we were in town for a volleyball tournament at the Philly Convention Center - perfect proximity - directly across the street from the Convention Center! I tried 4 of their wonderful sandwiches when I was...More
We'd read all about the pork sandwich at Tommy DiNic's and had to try one on our visit to the Reading market. Here's the thing, to us, the pork itself didn't have a lot of taste...BUT, the provolone on the bottom and the broccoli rabe...More