Posts tagged sandwich
Posts tagged sandwich
Restaurant Review : Earl of Sandwich (sandwiches) $ *8 out of 10*
Earl of Sandwich…mmm…so good…
We live in a time when most everything is all about the hype and thus marked up several times in Vegas, especially on the strip. What a wonderful feeling it was to discover this casual sandwich spot located inside Planet Hollywood. It is quick, easy, delicious, satisfying and cheap!!! $5.99 for any sandwich, wrap or salad! Yes, true!
I love love their BLT. The Caribbean Jerk Chicken Sandwich and Tuna Melt are also very popular and delicious. It’s their warm, soft bread that really steps their sandwiches a notch above most others. Their salads are not so good so unless you’re seriously allergic to bread or something, try a sandwich.
Best of all, it’s open 24/7 as it should be in this town!
Earl of Sandwich
3667 Las Vegas Blvd S, Ste 760
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Neighborhoods: The Strip, Eastside
Restaurant Review : Erick Schat’s Bakery (American) Bishop, CA *9 out of 10*
Sooooo far in distance but not so far from our thoughts…We have an aunt and uncle that lives in Bishop who bring us Breads and Pies every time they visit LA. Needless to say, we are always happy to see them.
When we actually get to the location itself, to and from Mammoth, we languish in carb heaven filled with pull-away breads, cookies, tasty and light donuts, and fresh sandwiches with amazing bread. The smells, the sights, dizzy me and call to me with their siren song… “eat me, eat me” they sing. And I oblige. I make sure to take something home with me, usually the Sheepherder’s Bread so I can enjoy the echoes of this place at home.
Restaurant Review : Great Harvest Bread Co. *8 out of 10*
They mill all their grains in-house (with the exception of their white flour) and a few hours later VOILA! out comes amazing breads that taste REAL!
I love this feel-good, cozy place. They always have a very generous sample counter so you can taste before you buy. They have good sandwiches and they serve Peet’s coffee. I don’t usually like whole-grain breads but that doesn’t apply here. Taking a bite of this bread is like taking a bite of sunshine goodness. :) Try their Dakota bread. It’s jam-packed with stuff like sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, and other good seed stuff I’m sure. Their breads range from $5-$7 on average (some are a little more) but considering what you get, it’s definitely worth it.
Hurray for real food!
Home-Cooked Meals : Chicken Breast Sandwich with Pureed Yams
Slightly toasted Dakota bread from Great Harvest Bread Company accompanied by a Grilled Chicken Breast, sliced Tomatoes, half an Avocado (we love avocados), mustard, mayo, bit of salt and pepper and Gochu-Jang. Yes, Gochu-Jang! For those of you not familiar with this last item; this is a slightly sweet, slightly spicy Korean chili paste. Dare to break boundaries! It turned out quite tasty.
I served this with a side of Oven Roasted Yam Puree. I didn’t add anything to this because the yams were so sweet and yummy as they were.