I decided to give this place a try despite me not being much of a pork eater. I must say I was pretty impressed. I ordered the roast pork with broccoli rabe and it was delicious. The meat was finely shredded and had the right...More
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On a busy day at the Terminal, you can walk through the area and know for sure that there is a line here at Tommy DiNic's. Many people come here to get their staple sandwich, the roast pork! The line can wrap around the stand...More
Every Black Friday for the past 25 years we take the train in Philly to eat/shop at the RTM. I always eat here and get the Italian roast pork with hot peppers. It’s the best roast pork sandwich I have ever eaten, that’s why I...More
This was heralded as one of "the" top places to dine in Reading Market Terminal. However, we (and our guests) were largely unimpressed. The sandwich seemed dry and the portion size was a little small for the price.
It may seem like you will wait forever because of the long lineup but it’s really efficient. Sandwiches are great, really generous, full of flavors. The meat is tender. The price is right and the service is quite nice considering the number of people they...More
I heard about this place on Food Network and had it on my list of Philly restaurants to try whenever i get back there, which was this week. Had the pork with Broccoli rabe hero-2 of my favorite foods, in a huge sandwich for $10.25....More
I'm a believer. Ordered the pork roast sandwich with sharp cheese and peppers. It's messy, spicy and great, A different twist on pork from Southern barbecue. On a busy Friday it was about a 15 minute wait.
Inside the Reading Terminal Market the best roast pork sandwich on the planet. The melted provolone cheese and long hots make this the breakfast of champions not to mention a great hangover remedy.
I can make an entire day out of eating and shopping in the Reading Market and this is one of my favorites! Cheesesteaks are on every corner in Philly - try something different. And don’t be concerned about the line . . . it moves...More