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Hector's Deli x Victor Churchill

Two food favourites have teamed up to launch a limited-edition sanga and an epic dessert — available for one weekend only.
By Libby Curran
November 25, 2022
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By Libby Curran
November 25, 2022
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Not all food collaborations are created equal — and for local meat-lovers, this one is set to be top-tier stuff. Famously beautiful butcher Victor Churchill is joining forces with beloved sandwich joint Hector's Deli to create a couple of one-off treats well worth crossing town for.

From Saturday, December 3–Sunday, December 4, the dynamic duo is unleashing two dreamy collaboration goodies on the world, available in super limited amounts from Hector's brand-new Fitzroy store.

And let's just say, they're really reaping the benefits of both Victor Churchill's top-quality meat offering and Hector's supreme sandwich skills. First, you've got the beef dip sandwich ($20), featuring rare roasted Black Angus beef piled into a sourdough hoagie roll alongside melty provolone, pickled onions and horseradish cream. There's a whiskey-spiked dipping sauce to match, too.

And if you've got room for dessert, you won't want to miss the indulgent wagyu fat caramel and cream cheese doughnut ($7) they've dreamed up for the occasion. Here, buttery pastry is topped with a silky glaze made from cream cheese and Victorian wagyu fat, to create one glorious fusion of salt, fat and sugar.

There'll be just 100 of each treat up for grabs each day, so you might want to skip the weekend sleep-in. (Hot tip: Hector's Deli opens at 7.30am).

Images: Jana Langhorst.

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