Tried Earl of Sandwich today for the first time. Ordered a original 1762. Last time I'll make that mistake. The roast beef was tougher than my 30yr old Doc Martens. I'm telling ya. I couldn't even naw off one bite. If I hadn't already been on the road I would have gone back for a refund. I was starving so I managed to pull off the cheese and have a cheese and horseradish sandwich.
They had a half salad half sandwich deal on the menu but you couldn’t eat order it because “it wasn’t a real deal”. Whatever so I order a Cobb salad. The chicken was raw in the salad. Didn’t notice until I had already taken a few bites. The staff didn’t care. They were also making food and texting etc messing with their phones while cooking. Hella unsanitary. Unprofessional. Do not recommend 0/10. The printer also wouldn’t print receipts so they refused to issue a refund.
Wheelchair accessibility: Fully accessible.
Sandwich wasn't out of this world. Was dry
Horrible place. Lady was super unsanitary touching everything with her gloves on while making our food then acted like she didn't speak English so we couldn't get a refund. DO NOT COME HERE!!!!!!
I ordered a Cobb salad that was made to order with uncooked chicken. When I presented my dish to the cashier, she stated she was new and couldn’t do anything about it. The women preparing the food was also touching her face and phone then preparing food without changing her gloves. She said she didn’t speak English so I spoke in Spanish and she changed her gloves. However no refund was issued for my meal or my fiancés. We will not be inclined to try another meal from this establishment.
Potato wedges was undercooked, sandwiches were cold. So much for world's greatest hot sandwich