Bacon and Grilled Cheese
I Love A Good Sandwich
Posted 22 September 2016 - 05:37 AM
Posted 22 September 2016 - 06:56 AM
I kinda miss A&W. They had great chilidogs.
Pancake house actually has a great clubhouse sandwhich.
Havent tried quizonos --- how does it compare to subway? Btw a bit of a trick sa subway --- ham sandwhich w/ extra bacon has more meat an unli gulay vs BLT with extram ham.
Badtrip sandwhich guy wala na yung malaking sandwhich nila ung lahat meron.
Posted 07 October 2016 - 08:56 PM
subway, quizno's, the sandwich guy...
and next stop is sandwicheese
Posted 29 October 2016 - 07:18 PM
Would like to try them out..
Posted 02 November 2016 - 10:59 AM
This Shrimp and Kani Croissant from UCC Coffee Shop is quite good ...... though at a hefty price of 320 pesos, it does seem a bit overboard. (sana it comes with a free cup of coffee. hehehehehehe)
Posted 22 January 2018 - 06:51 PM
Most Filipinos consider SANDWICHES not a meal but only a merienda or snack food. Basta walang RICE ay hindi considered a meal. When I was in GS & HS, our Mom prepared sandwiches only for our recess. When I was in 1st grade upto 3rd grade, she packed it in a tin lunch box with Disney & other characters with the ALLADIN Thermos for the milk or juice. (Mine was the Lone Ranger). When I got older, I just asked her to put it in a brown paper bag.
In the States, sandwiches is the staple for lunch among the working class. SUBWAY is the GOTO place for sandwiches. Aside from the chain restaurants that offer sandwiches, there are shops which are called DELI'S whose specialty are sandwiches too.
Finding an honest to goodness sandwich here in Manila is almost an impossibility. Let's say, a reubens sandwich with overflowing fresh corned beef or a pastrami with slices bigger than the rye bread. Servings should always be huge with all the trimmings and condiments such as mustard, dijon, horseradish, whole dill pickles. Choices of cheese from cheddar, American, Monterrey, Swiss and breads from white, whole wheat, dutch crunch, sourdough, rye, etc.
When ordering for a sandwich, you tell them the meat that you want first, then the bread, then if you like cheese with it, and trimmings. You also tell them at this time whatever ingredient you don't want.
So this is how you order. " I'll have a ROAST BEEF on DUTCH with SWISS. With everything but hold the MAYO please. Thanks." Hehehehe Most DELIs will give you a foot long bread sliced in the middle and wrapped in a white waxy paper placed in a brown paper bag.
Edited by maninmotion, 22 January 2018 - 06:57 PM.
Posted 16 February 2018 - 01:50 PM
If you want to have a real Roast Beef Sandwich, you just have to do it yourself. All the ingredients are available at the delicatessen counter of RUSTANS - FRESH. PAUL French baguette , AGUILA sliced roast beef, EMBORG cheeses, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, GREY POUPON Dijon mustard, WAITROSE ESSENTIALS creamed horseradish, BEST FOOD Mayo, VLASIC dill pickles. It will surely hit the spot.
Posted 21 February 2018 - 02:10 PM
ok ung clubhouse sandwich sa tropical hut.. although nag mahal na.. dati 125 php lang ngayon 145 php na
Posted 22 May 2018 - 11:06 AM
The hotdog sandwich at NATHAN's (Vertis North) is not bad ..... though I feel its a bit too pricey for just a hotdog sandwich.
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