Pretty bad bagel breakfast sandwich. The ham is supermarket type thin slices and uncooked, as opposed to thick breakfast type slices with some bark on it. The egg was small and very dry and looked microwaved, not fried. The sliced cheese almost liquidy cheez-whiz like when melted, cheap variety, very salty.
Finally, the bagel was terrible. This everything bagel vulgar-tasting, too salty, and plain nasty.
$3.69 for the sandwich is a ripoff. Much, much better breakfast sandwiches to be had at any chain, and for less $.
The New England Coffee is good. The bottled Minute Maid OJ is bad.
I don't think I'll be back even to try the sitdown breakfast.
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