Post Your Daily Sandwich


#665

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#666

I love the idea of biscuits in theory but have found they’re a poor vehicle for sandwiches in practice because they’re smaller and have a tendency to crumble.


#667

I’ve never been en eggslut fan largely b/c of the brioche, but recently have enjoyed their egg and burger combo. Combo of runny egg and greasy burger makes good use of that cardboard-stiff brioche. Patty is pretty good quality.

Only like $2 more than an egg sandwich so ameliorates eggslut’s generally shitty qpr.


#668

Ah ok, I’ll have to revisit. I see they offer a biscuit as a side, but the menu doesn’t really convey that you have a choice for the sandwich.


#669

You have to go early as they sell out, like breakfast time or earlier. It is really good though. I usually add turkey sausage.


#670

I try to be nice and understanding when it comes to restaurants but that bread is everything I hate about bread. You’re not the only one.


#671

it’s been a while, but lee’s sandwiches now feature a $2.99 banh mi of the day.


#672

Did you try the matzo ball soup? I’m always in search of a good matzo ball soup. Wexler’s is currently my favorite.


#673

We did. It was good, but I think I’ve spoiled myself after regularly having chicken essence. Nothing really quite compares to chicken essence, and I don’t really care how good your chicken soup, stock, broth, etc is. Freedman’s included.

For what it’s worth, matzo aside, the best chicken soup in my opinion is from DTF. But it still pales in comparison to chicken essence.

Long live the essence.


#674

“Vive l’essence!” -Esso


#675

Oui, c’est l’essence!