I acknowledge the extraordinary success of Marrickville Pork Roll Shop, who have just expanded their business, moving to a new shop front on Illawarra Road. When people think of Marrickville, they think of Marrickville Pork Roll, and it's no understatement to say people from all across Sydney flock to Marrickville Pork Roll to grab Sydney's very best bánh mì. In fact, customers are usually lined up around the block from morning to night. The business was started in 2008 by Khiem and Nga Du in its original hole in the wall premises on Illawarra Road, which was once a toilet block. The move to a bigger, brand new shop front next door comes as the family has expanded over time, with a second location in Marrickville and other stores across Sydney. When asked recently what made Marrickville Pork Roll so special, a member of the family said: "We wouldn't say it's anything particular. It has just been a hit since day one." Whatever the secret, Marrickville Pork Roll is a Marrickville institution and like so many Marrickvilleans, I am excited for this new chapter and wish the Du family all the best in their new location.