Mall food has started taking an upswing. However, while the sandwiches at Stone Oven are tasty, there sure isn't enough meat on them. At Stone Oven, one can build their own sandwich. However, it's a low level build. The bread is a tasty flatbread, however, since there is so little meat on the sandwich, it looses the idea of a sandwich. Now, I realize that these are "gourmet" sandwiches, and, I would admit they could be, if there was more meat on them. Certainly the bread selections are a step up from Subway or Blimpies, but when I order a turkey sandwich, I'd like to taste the turkey, thank you, otherwise I'd just order a loaf of bread and some dipping sauce. Also, I am not one to have a "salad on my sandwich," which would include all the "toppings": lettuce, tomato, onions, pickles, and on and on. Perhaps that is what we're being led to believe about sandwiches to think they are more healthy than just bread and meat. But that's all I want to eat - bread and meat, with enough meat to not be overpowered by the bread. I also realize that the corporation is probably trying to keep the cost of the sandwich and a drink below the $10 mark - after all, it is mall food - but I think I'll take a drive over to Panera next time.
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