The other day I was talking to a friend that was looking for that "perfect" pork roll, egg, and cheese in Ocean County...I said, "I have the answer for you".

From northern to southern Ocean County we have some awesome places that give the "BEST" in your opinion of Pork Roll, Egg, and Cheese Sandwiches. It's that one thing that someone from out of state asks for when they come here to New Jersey. It's Pork Roll and pizza, am I right?

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Top 10 BEST Pork Roll, Egg, and Cheese Sandwich in Ocean County - Voted By YOU

The big question after finding that "BEST" Pork Roll, Egg, and Cheese Sandwich would be ketchup or no ketchup?

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It's always been pork roll, by the way, Taylor Ham - what's that? Hard roll or bagel, maybe even toast, it doesn't matter to some as long as that Pork Roll is piled up in that sandwich.

My husband loves a good Pork Roll, Egg, and Cheese on a hard roll with ketchup, salt, and pepper. His favorite place to get that perfect sandwich is New York Water Works Co. in Toms River.

We are so lucky to have all these delicious places and more that offer the official breakfast sandwich of New Jersey. Start your day off right with a Pork Roll, Egg, and Cheese. If you're looking for that perfect one, I'm sure with these options you'll be able to find that perfect breakfast sandwich.

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