I was thinking about the very awesome sandwiches I've eaten recently. These are they:
1. The Machine Gun at Bruges. This is a unique sandwich consisting of spicy curry lamb sausage, crispy Belgian frites, and Andalouse sauce on a baguette. It is giant and difficult to eat, but so delicious. Fries on a sandwich! No joke.
2. The TBR at Cafe on 1st. Turkey bacon ranch with lots of veggies. This is another giant sandwich that is super messy to eat, but pretty dang tasty. I like that the bacon is really crispy. The Cafe on 1st is a cool hangout too.
3. Philly cheesesteak at Moochie's. I tried this sandwich yesterday after seeing it featured on the show "Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives" (rerun on my flight home from NYC) and was super impressed. I'm not usually a huge meat eater but this was delicious. We got it with grilled bell peppers and put on their creamy jalapeño sauce which I recommend.
4. Sesame pancake vegetable sandwich at Vanessa's Dumping House. One of the most tragic things in my life is that this restaurant is located in NYC. Ever since I first ate this sandwich last October, I've been dreaming about the day I would eat it again. Luckily that day came last week, and I ate two. This is a sandwich made out of a puffy Chinese sesame pancake, split and filled with cilantro and shredded cucumbers and carrots marinated in some kind of magical mixture of ginger and vinegar. Aaaaand it only costs $1.50. Seriously one of my favorite things to eat, ever.
Try these sandwiches if you get a chance! And probably bring a friend to help eat them... (thanks Robby :)