If you’re able to walk away from the Hobbs Roast Meat without apple sauce on your chin and pulled pork down your top, then you’re doing it wrong. This roast meat spot serves baguettes, wraps, and buns full of things you’d usually find in a roast. Think roasted pork, stuffing, turkey breast, and cranberry sauce all crammed between bread. You might be tempted to try out the salt beef and the roast loin of pork, but resist the urge, this place believes in big portions - you’ll only need one.
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