Vietnamese Restaurant in Atlanta, GA, United States
A team of women work furiously to assemble barbecued pork, funky pâté, a freshly cooked thin omelet (you have to ask for this addition), cilantro, and a salad of pickled carrots and daikon on a light and crispy Vietnamese sandwich roll.
Naturally, Lottafrutta has an excellent vegetable "sanduche" called the Just Veggin.' Perez's signature sweet bread is filled with crunchy alfalfa sprouts, hunks of creamy avocado, thinly sliced tomato, and tangy Havarti cheese.
The French roll draws some of its light and airy crisp from its banh mi cousin. Order the po' boy fully dressed with lettuce, tomato, pickles, mayonnaise, and onions, and make good use of one of the numerous hot sauces on each table.
The chunks of white meat are lightly dressed with mayonnaise and curry powder for a punch of flavor. It's creamy and dreamy and mounded in between two slices of the restaurant's fresh-baked soft white bread.