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Grilled pit ham and pulled pork covered in melted Fontina cheese on a French roll with sliced pickles and stone ground mustard. This was very tasty and porky, however, the dip didn't add anything except salt. The star of the show however was the garlic basil french fries. We got a side of the lemon garlic aioli to dip and they were heavenly. The fries alone is a reason to go here. $11.49
Hand cut coulotte steak grilled medium, with tomato, crispy onions, lettuce, lemon garlic aioli and melted gorgonzola cheese served on a French roll. I got the side salad with a ranch on the side. The sandwich was very good and the steak was tender. Really loved the aioli. $14.99
Soba noodles stir-fried with yellow and green onions, shredded carrots, mushrooms, cabbage, bean sprouts, chicken, BBQ pork and shrimp in a garlic oyster sauce. The shrimp were over cooked so they tasty like erasers and the chicken was bland. Wont order again. $12.95
Made with large chunks of lightly breaded chicken sautéed with chilies and onions in their special house sauce garnished with sesame seeds…$11.45 My husband said it was tasty but not the best he's had.
Pulled pork with swiss cheese, mustard, pickles, pineapple salsa and garlic drizzle. Again, I thought that this was very fresh, however, there was too much red onion and the sandwich was very dry. Also got the pasta salad for an additional cost which was very fresh and tasty. The sandwich alone was $7.99
Meat of your choice, with cheese, chipolte cream, avocado, lettuce, tomato, and bacon. This was the large for $9.49. My husband and I also got a side of the pasta salad to split for an additional $4. Overall my husband said that it was all right. The flavors were absolutely fresh, however, he felt that the sandwich was overall dry.