New Which Wich location at the Triangle.
After my first time at Which Wich, I didn't feel quite excited enough to add them to my list of regular sandwich haunts. Today I'll amend that list. I tend to like a sandwich shop menu that has a number of "pre-designed" sandwiches, but the Which Wich concept of designing your own can work out pretty well. It's good for people who know what they want - not so good for the indecisive. Be warned - don't go crazy with the cheez whiz and put EVERYTHING on your sandwich (because they do in-fact have Cheez Whiz if yer into that sort of thing). Think about what flavors go together... although this can take some trial and error.
I went a little crazy on my recent visit to this new location at the Triangle - Pastrami on wheat, extra meat, provalone, sauerkraut, lettuce, tomato, hot peppers (called Giardenera on the menu) and oil and vinegar. Turns out I wasn't so crazy as was a darn tasty sandwich.
So - Which Wich = cheap eats. Basic sandwich is $4.75 - add .75 for extra meat or cheese - which I recommend if you're a good eater like me. Compares pretty well with Potbelly. My internal iron chef jury of tastyness is still out on which wich joint rules supreme.
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