It’s filled with tofu and veggies in a crusty baguette long roll. Although I would have loved more of the pickled daikon and carrots (they’re more shredded and a bit mushy and less crunchy than I’d like here), it totally hit the spot. I love me some tofu in all shapes and forms. I know some of you don’t care for it, but y’know, I grew up with it so I love it.
I think it’s just a husband and wife who own the place. When I was there, the wife made the sandwich. And damn, did she take her good ol time making it. There was no one else there. There were no call-in orders. And she just lolligagged and just went as slow as she possibly could. And while she’d be half-heartedly making my sandwich, she’d be shoving random food bits in her mouth. Not exactly what I wanted to see. But oh well, at least my food tasted good, and it was dirt cheap. Just don’t expect fast service!