I pulled up at noon on a Monday and there wasn't one car parked outside. Hmmm could these reviews be wrong? I walk in and there are two people inside (not eating) and it's alittle dark. I admit I didn't read any reviews so I didn't know the concept was a nightclub. No cars out front, low lighting, two people inside, I'm getting a little apprehensive about eating here. I walk up to the counter and this guy, the owner Louis, tells me to grab the order sheet. He explains how to place my order. As I'm filling out my order I notice that the place is spotless. I order a medium turkey and Roast beef on wheat bread. I add some cheese and some fixings and proceed to watch Louis make my sandwich. Hand sliced Thurman Meat with the sub roll cut in half. He stacks the meat on both sides of the bread. As he wraps it up the phone rings. He checks the caller ID and lets it ring. It was then I noticed this dude is working by himself. I asked, you work by yourself? He replies yes. a one man sub shop? Never seen that before. I'm thinking damn it must get crazy in here during rush. He hands me my sub in a bag and this thing is heavy. Thinking my water bottle was adding to the weight I take it out of the bag and boy if the weight Ain't just the sub. I'm impressed. I had some small talk with Louis, we shook hands and I left.
Before I continue, LaSpadas is #1 for cold sub making in Broward. I'm a native here and I speak the truth. With that said, Louis K's is darn good. Reminds me of a sub shop named Six Bits that used to be in Pompano and Oakland Park in the 80's. Six Bits is long gone but this place is it's hot looking sister. Probably the cold best sub I've had outside of LaSpadas or Subalicious. The fact that this dude Louis works solo is nothing short of amazing. The construction of the sub is a thing of beauty too, I highly recommend this place.
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