Everyone loves sandwiches. Here are a few of the ones I've had recently that I hadn't profiled before. Enjoy the pics!
The soup and sandwich lunch at Gramercy Tavern. Only $14. The sandwiches change frequently but usually will be either ham, turkey, or roast beef. This picture is of the turkey sandwich with parsnip soup.
This is the roast beef sandwich. I liked it much more than the turkey sandwich, although my favorite is their ham and cheese sandwich.
Spicy catfish sandwich from Baoguette. Mild spicy. The tumeric roasted catfish has great flavor and is a very good deal at $7.
Hot roast beef from the Manhattan outpost of Defonte's of Brooklyn. It's a big sandwich stuffed with sliced to order roast beef, fresh mozzarella, and fried eggplant, with plenty of beef jus which they put on the bread as well. It's a $10 sandwich, but it's filling. The only thing I have a problem with is that it's warm, and would probably be even better if the beef and jus were really hot.
Capri sandwich from the Food Cellar Market downstairs (think Whole Foods). Fresh mozzarella and pesto on bread studded with seeds which add a really nice heartiness to it. At $7 it's ok, but after 9pm, it's buy one get one free for any pre-made sandwiches still left, so at that point it becomes a very good deal.
Pork bun at Momofuku Noodle Bar. Glorious.