Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Where's the Beef?

Howard Street Coffee Roastery

Neighborhood: SOMA
180 Howard Street
(between Main St & Spear St)
San Francisco, CA 94105
(415) 344-0224

Beef Teriyaki Sandwich: Seeded French roll, beef teriyaki, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and jalapeƱos (made sure to request them)

As a native Sco Cat, I have been eating Beef Teriyaki sandos for as long as I can remember. They can come in many different shapes and forms, but like Biggie and Pac, it's about the beef. I usually would order them whenever I stumble into a sandwich shop owned by Koreans, cause they seem to have the best flavored beef (no homo). To this day, Kingfoot has the best beef teriyaki sando in the city, but we will save that for another review.

This one was from the Howard St Coffee Roastery, which is right by my place of employment. The sando they make there is quite good, although I have had much better. The pros include the flavor of the meat, the seeded roll, and the generous portion of melted cheese. It is also important to point out that the lettuce is shredded, which is key on a sando like this. Make sure you get JalapeƱos added as well, a much needed kick. On a side note, the chairs in there are really comfy, which comes in handy because they can take a while to crank these puppies out.

3.5/5 Sandos

"The Bread Winner"

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