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Sunday, 23 September 2018





I thought the sandwiches were done pretty well and were a good value Kat!

Som Tommy

Too bad you did not like the cheesesteak. Thanks for reviewing.


That's good you found a new sandwich shop to eat at!


It just didn't "do it for me" ST. Though I did enjoy that club sandwich.

Yep, another one out there Soo.

Derek R

Their calamari sandwich is pretty solid - pounded and breaded and lightly pan fried. Cheesesteak is better without the lettuce, tomato, pickle etc, there's a turkey cream cheese thing that's good, and then I'm a personal fan of their thanksgiving sandwich (turkey and stuffing + cranberry sauce). Always have to get extra cookies too!


That Thanksgiving sandwich sounds good Derek....though I'm usually not a big fan of sweet things in my sandwich....I'm thinknig the stuffing would counter balance that. Thanks for the info!


Most of these places are only open on weekdays during lunch. A true workers lunch spot. Man I miss Chez Nous and their spicy chicken sandwich. Used to work down the street and went there weekly.

Kirk I lucked out with this one Junichi. It's fun to get to check out places like this.

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