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#6 Roast Beef And Provolone Sandwich @ Jersey Mike's Subs

$12.00 + tax

This place recently opened down the street from where I work, not far from an Ike's Sandwich's.  My initial impression is that I'd have to really give this place another try before I come to any firm conclusions, but with an Ike's so close Jersey Mike's will have to work extra hard!

The sandwich I got was their #6 a Roast Beef And Provolone sandwich.  As  you can see not much roast beef and a ton of shredded lettuce.  I don't mind lettuce, but not as a main on a roast beef sandwich!  The only other qualms with this visit was that the sandwich was drenched in oil, i didn't sense any vinegar either, and the oil was not very flavorful either.  There is nothing worse than a dry sandwich, but this was almost too much oil.  The last item might have been my fault, in my asking for no tomato, they may have taken that to also include no sauces/dressings of any kind.  So while not "dry" there was no mayo, no mustard, etc.  I would have loved to have a creamed horseradish and some mustard on the sandwich.

Again I'll give this place another go and get maybe one of their warm sandwiches, as well as their signature sandwich the #13 or italian.  When I do i'll post another article or update this one.

  1. Jersey Mike's Subs
  2. Sandwich Shop · 0.6 mi
  3. Address: 20080 Stevens Creek Blvd., Suite 101, Cupertino, CA 95014
    Open today · 10:00 am – 9:00 pm

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