So, lets see what we've got here.
A big old sammich, soup, and a pickle and a half. It was, what, $8.50 after tax. It's served with a "you better ask right or we'll let you know" sort of attitude. Which makes me nervous, and I always ask wrong. It's a, thing, I do.
But it's worth it. I mean, check that sammich. It's as good as it looks. I get it with mixed meat, that is half dark half white, but you have your choice.
So, what about the other stuff? Their food is of a certain quality. It seems manufactured, but on closer inspection I do believe they make everything themselves. The salad seems to come from a bag, but up close the carrots show themselves to be hand cut. The turkey soup seems like campbell's, but again, I'm 90% sure they make it themselves.
So, that's about it. Pure cafeteria food at it's best. The only thing I have left for you is a blurry blurry picture of the inside of my sandwich.
Yes, that's cranberry sauce. It's twenty five cents extra. Entirely worth it. It's like a harvest festival in here.
[where: 122 Cherry St, Seattle, WA, 98104]