Post Your Daily Sandwich


#831

Okay, maybe not HR level, but it looks really :yum:.


#832

Brent’s Deli, Northridge.

1/2 corned beef reuben with a meat knish with gravy to wash it down.


#833

Brent’s Northridge


#834

Black pastrami reuben?


#835

Yes, it certainly is!


#836

We’ve yet to make it there, since even when we’re in L.A. it’s kind of out of the way for us. So how are their other deli items? Particularly, do they have good latkes? I’ve really been craving some, and the ones I’ve tried at the delis here in Vegas suck badly. They really need to be made fresh to be good, but I’m not about to grease up our house making them.


#837

Portillo’s


#838

deep-fried mozzarella di bufala


#839

The #4 extra spread with an extra ramekin of cornichons and olives on baguette has been my go to for a decade


#840

You have an interesting concept of sandwich.


#841

I didn’t include the word “sandwich” because I thought that was a given in this topic.

It was basically a grilled cheese sandwich only deep-fried instead of griddled.


#842

Same concept as a Monte Cristo sandwich.


#843

No powdered sugar, thank god.


#844

I had a croque monsieur today. It was delightful.

As presented.

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After I flipped the top slice.


#845

A revisit to Wax Paper after a long hiatus. Somehow this is less than I remembered. Too much vinegar/pickle action going on, takes away too much of the salty meaty goodness. $14 seems cheap to me these days.

A bit up the street, a brisket sandwich from Kings Deli. They bill themselves as a NY style deli, which to me translates to good meats, terrible bread, and a bill a few dollars higher than you’d expect. But hey this brisket kicks ass, the French roll is good enough, and the seemingly homemade potato salad almost makes up for the Smart and Final mustard.