An Australian café has released what they claim to be the 'world's largest banh mi' complete with slow-smoked meats and fresh vegetables.
Melbourne's Third Wave Café, has added the $53.90 two foot long creation to their menu for a limited time only, sending customers flooding through their doors.
The 'banh mi' is a traditional Vietnamese pork roll made from a crisp baguette, fresh vegetables, slow cooked meats and a drizzle of seasoning.
Originating in Saigon, Vietnam during the late 1950s, the roll has become a popular lunch staple around the world.
The 'BBQ Banh Mi' consists of a two foot long baguette smothered in butter and bacon jam, topped with pickled carrots, cucumber, coriander and chill for an extra kick.
Next the baguette is layered with slow-smoked chicken, pork belly, deboned beef rib and is finished with a dusting of pork crackling and soy glaze drizzle.
Third Wave Cafe is located at 181 Victoria Avenue, Albert Park, Victoria.