Tuesday, February 03, 2009

I'm In the Mood For A Sandwich!

I'm in the mood for a sandwich! So let's share a virtual one together.
Does anything below catch your fancy?

Pastrami Sandwich
from Johnny's Pastrami in Culver City, CA

BBQ Pork Banh Mi
from Cho Chu Bakery in Westminister, CA

The Classic Doner Sandwich
from Spitz in Eagle Rock, CA

Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato and Avocado Sandwich (BLAT)
from T-Burgers in Monrovia, CA

Steak Sandwich
from Johnny's Grill in Long Beach, CA (Now Closed)

Grilled Cheese Sandwich
The 1st 6th Annual Grilled Cheese Invitational in Los Angeles, CA

To check out my Flickr Photos (foodie and otherwise), please click here!


EatTravelEat said...

Everything looks really good; from the photos it looks like they are all very fresh and scrumptious. Like the special shape on the grilled cheese sandwich. All these sandwiches have a wide variety of bold colors, which is great!

WeezerMonkey said...

That grilled cheese is hilarious!

pleasurepalate said...

ETE: I'm glad you enjoyed the photos and some of them did indeed taste as good as they looked.

WM: That grilled cheese sandwich was definitely the hit of the Grilled Cheese Invitational. I still chuckle every time I see it.

Olga said...

Those look insanely good!
I had one of those BBQ sandwiches in DC and was disappointed: the one you have looks so much better!

pleasurepalate said...

Olga: Thanks for stopping by. :) I have to say that the BBQ Pork banh mi sandwich I had in that blog entry is the best one I ever had. If you're in the LA/OC area, check out Cho Cu Bakery. It's in the city of Westminister, CA, in a part of town referred to as Little Saigon where you'll find really fresh and authentic Vietnamese food. :)

mattatouille said...

cho cu is pretty good, though I wish they had some seating :)

nice food photos.

pleasurepalate said...

mattatouille: There's a park right across the street. The last time I went there with friends, we got our food and ate at park benches. Of course, it helps if it's a nice day.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the reviews of local Duarte/Monrovia eats. Keep it coming! (Funny that you also hang out in Eagle Rock. You should do a review of Armon's on Eagle Rock Blvd. Try the Doc Special, menudo, Tom Ka Kai, chorizo & eggs, plain waffle... and the home made salsa is to die for.)