Wildly popular Dallas-based Japanese sandwich pop-up arrives in Houston this week

ByEric Sandler CultureMap logo
Tuesday, November 3, 2020
Sandoitchi is the Dallas-based Japanese sandwich pop-up that's coming to Houston. Photo courtesy of Sandoitchi/Houston CultureMap.

Dallas's feel good hit of the summer is popping up in Houston. Sandoitchi will be in the Bayou City for the next three weeks, according to a post on Instagram.

As its name implies, Sandoitchi serves Japanese sandwiches, aka sandos, that are served on milk bread. Fillings include egg salad, Nashville-style hot chicken, pork katsu, and - at least occasionally - Japanese wagyu topped with edible gold and shaved black truffle. For dessert, it offers a sando filled with strawberries and matcha cream.

While that all sounds pretty compelling, let's turn it over to CultureMap Dallas to explain another aspect of Sandoitchi's success.

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