The menu looks impressive, I ordered a Skip La Due large sandwich, (corned beef, pastrami, thousands islands dressing, swiss cheese). The sub roll is dense and chewy with the consistency of foam rubber, with all of the great Italian bakeries in the area, why not use Italian sub rolls with the crispy crust and light airy center? The meats and cheese were lacking in both quantity and quality, and the thousand island dressing was not good (really strong pungent taste). The menu should tell what kind of bread each sandwich is made on, for the Skip La Due the menu says it comes on rye, but I'm guessing that is just for the small and medium sizes, the large comes on a sub roll. Very disappointing, expected much better from what I thought was a "real deli".
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