On a Saturday stroll through the North End, we were lucky to stumble upon a jewel on Hanover Street called Volle Nolle. Upon entry, we were greeted by the friendly staff and an elaborate floor-to-ceiling chalkboard detailing the cozy shop’s intriguing pressed sandwiches. While we were tempted to enjoy our lunch inside around the vintage aluminum tables, the sunny weather called us outside to a bench on the Greenway. We split the Smoked Salmon Sandwich and Tuna Sandwich, accompanied by zingy Route 11’s Mama Zuma’s Revenge Habanero Potato Chips and freshly brewed Mint Ginger Iced Tea. Both carefully crafted sandwiches, tightly packed in parchment and topped with fresh pickles made our impromptu picnic easily transportable.
Pressed Smoked Salmon Sandwich
smoked salmon, sliced cucumber, red onion, baby spinach and lemon-caper mayonnaise on multigrain bread
The rich smoked salmon melded perfectly with the lemon-caper mayonnaise.
Pressed Tuna Sandwich
tuna, lemon mayonnaise, green beans, and green leaf lettuce on multigrain bread
The green beans added a pleasant crunch to the tuna, resonating a Niçoise salad.
The fresh and unique combination of ingredients tucked in between two toasted slices of multigrain bread made for a delicious lunch. We highly recommend checking out Volle Nolle on your next weekend visit to the North End.