My husband and I ate lunch at the Columbia on the last day of our stay in St. Augustine. We usually order entrée type meals when we go to Columbia this was the first time we ordered sandwiches. We usually go to the Columbia in St. Armand's Circle in Sarasota when we visit there. We started with the 1905 salad which is made tableside. It was delicious. We really enjoy the hot, crusty Cuban bread and butter that they serve. The Cuban sandwiches we ordered are served with plantain chips. We will go back to ordering entrees the next time we go to a Columbia restaurant. The sandwiches were ok but there was not a lot of meat which was disappointing. We expected better. Our server was attentive and all in all it was a good experience.
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