Who's got the best Italian sub?


#61

http://www.waxpaperco.com/where/


#62

They only have a handful of options. I don’t think they are known for a particular sandwich, but their “thing” is that the garnishes are chopped. So they add a scoop of chopped tomato, a scoop of chopped onion, and a scoop of chopped pickles. They sprinkle the whole thing with (italian?) seasoning too.

I usually get the ham and cheese or the hot sausage and peppers (cheese is extra). The Italian cold cut is good too. My boss gets the tuna every time.


#63

Just like Giamelas, which I used to love for subs.

Thank you for the report!!


#64

Pasta Sisters. Stop playin


#65

do they do sandwiches too? I’ve got to get over there one of these days


#66

best mortadella i’ve had in LA for a while.


#67

where?


#68

As someone who is still trying to floss the sesame seeds out of my teeth from Cochon Butcher’s Muffuletta (scarfed down on my return flight yesterday), I can easily say “no.” Orleans and Yorks is not a Muffeletta at all. It is an OK Italian Sandwich with an olive spread, If you want to call that a Muffuletta why not call an order of Spare Ribs from Maple Block a Whole Hog dinner?


#69

Lol! I went to Little jewel and had a Muffuletta among other things. Have to say get it toasted and it’s much better. Not great but certainly good. They have these jambalaya balls that are breaded and fried tomato-y and filled with sausage damn good.


#70

Best. Muffuletta. Ever.


#71

I feel like I need more research . . . maybe I should just have another . . . for science.


#72

Pasta Sisters


#73

do they only have mortadella by the lb? or do they make sandwiches in addition to pasta?


#74

They do, Just went to check it out today, looks like the mortadella was 14$ a lb… And a bad picture of the sandwiches.


#75

Did you get a sandwich? I’m wondering about the quality of the prosciutto and the bread. Price for the sandwiches seems pretty reasonable.


#76

No I got the papardelle with pesto and a side of grilled veg. I thought for my first time I aught to get a pasta. It did come with a small side of bread (ciabatta maybe), which tasted which reminded me of how bread tastes in Italy (low salt, nice light texture). I was surprised how many people were there on a Thursday at 2 pm!


#77

Never been to New Orleans but I did have the muffaletta at Little Jewel I thought it was a salt bomb. Like up there with Petit Trois frites.


#78

Muffelettas are kind of salty - all that cured pork and olive spread


#79

I think you mentioned you are in Chatsworth or CP. have you tried Cavaretta’s on Sherman Way just west of Topanga?

I do not like it as much as Italia Deli, but if I recall it was a more sub-like sandwich.


#80

those do look good. but jersey mike’s and San Carlo are around the corner, so there’s that…haha

Bookmarked, I’ll check it out when I’m in the area.