I ordered the classic schnitzel sandwich ($10). It was a nicely pounded piece of meat that was tender and breaded perfectly. The size was generous and it hung over all four sides of the roll, hiding the bottom part of the roll entirely! Snuck onto the roll were some baby spinach, a slice of tomato, and a spiced mayo. The schnitzel itself was on the lesser seasoned side (I prefer it that way to avoid the overly salty flavour you sometimes get), and the spiced mayo enhanced the flavours beautifully bringing it to just the right level of seasoning. Eating the schnitzel on its own it would likely require seasoning....But on the sandwich a complete bite was perfectly seasoned. The breading was crisp while the meat was still tender to the bite.