Trencher, a small but mighty sandwich shop started by three LA friends, dishes out A-list sandwiches, specializing in Southern classics like fried chicken and slow-braised brisket. … a mean pulled pork made from rubbed and roasted pork shoulder, crunchy habañero slaw and a sweet Coca-Cola sauce layered inside a buttery brioche bun. This mouth-watering, finger-licking, southern-spiced treasure brings just enough heat, leaving you wanting seconds.
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Pulled Pork at Trencher: If your shop is named after the Middle Ages’ precursor to open-faced sandwiches, it’s pretty much a requirement that you get Medieval when it comes to putting meat on bread. Trencher does exactly that with this new, fluffy brioche bun packed with roasted and rubbed pork shoulder, spicy habanero slaw, and Coke-less cola sauce.
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“The Magic” at Trencher ($10) Echo Park’s new sandwich specialist is conveniently located steps from bars like Little Joy and The Short Stop. Why not start your evening with their balsamic-brushed port0bello mushroom sandwich? Dubbed “The Magic,” it features roasted peppers, caramelized shallots, alfalfa sprouts, and pistachio pesto stacked on a Kaiser roll.
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Trencher’s menu includes house-brined corned beef for Reubens, vegetarian bánh mì, pulled pork, fried chicken, BLT, club, an open-faced salmon sandwich and a grass-fed beef burger. Plus french fries, a few salads and seasonal specials, and freshly made condiments such as aioli.
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The homemade potato chips were delicious; we ordered nicely-cooked fries too just because. A kale salad balanced things out somewhat, though the deep-fried croutons added their own layer of decadence.