Superb sandwich shop, I always see people waiting in line, so I just punched in. The environment inside is so-so, the seats are relatively small, and Lao Mei sits a bit smaller, but sandwiches are cheaper, only a few dollars apiece.
One thing that frustrated me is the price of this place. For 10 dollars, you will get a 6inch? (It looks more like a 4-inch) sandwich, which makes me sad, considering how good it is. I can't wrap my head around $10 for half a sandwich. So if I get two 6-inch sandwiches, my $20+! ! Say, I have noodles with eggplant juice and they are very good. Bread is magical. It has a garlic bread crusty and a soft texture, making it a perfect hot sandwich. The sauce of PARM in Bologna is also ordered. The real meat sausages and meatballs are fine, but not amazing. I actually prefer the meatballs from bozzelli, so if anyone can get the meatballs from bozzelli with sauce, bread, and other cheesy sweets from Little Brother and Pops, I will have a winner! Next is eggplant juice. I decided to wolf, the meat sauce on the bottom right because the sandwiches are not that big, and I can completely clean those parts. The ingredients are of course good and the taste is good, but somehow this taste does not make me really recommend it to the world or try it again next time. I found myself reaching for the French onion dip and soaking the sandwich. Yes, this is a great one!
Back to my place, we don't have a lot, if there is no sandwich shop is not a chain store. This is a sandwich shop should be a good example, the atmosphere is very good, many seats, the owner and staff are some of the most friendly, I have a pleasant meeting. The food is very good, fresh, large portions and fair prices. If you are in this area, I strongly recommend you to come here!
Wow, the sandwiches here are good. Food is expensive ($10 for a half sandwich / $18 for a serving), but a half sandwich is enough for most people. The food sounds good, a friend of mine and I each ate a sandwich and then separated them. They even divided them into 2 separate baskets and then took them out. The location is small, but there are seats and toilets for guests. Definitely recommend, if I am in this area, I will come back! ! !
There are all kinds of sandwiches here. The owner of this store is a family, and their sandwiches are the best of all restaurants. The sirloin sandwich and the kosher Bogie sandwich are the best I've ever eaten, and I know someone likes the chicken chop very much. Everything is great, the service is friendly, and there are long lines to buy. This is a classic lunch place in Washington, D.C., you must try it!
Bub and Pop’s is a very humble little restaurant, but the food inside is very delicious. Unfortunately, there are not many seats inside, because the sandwiches here are definitely the best in Washington, DC. I like kosher king size sandwiches (corned beef, brisket, turkey, salami, Swiss cheese, etc.) and real Obama (Chicago-style Italian beef, brisket, etc.). The sandwiches here are a bit too full and they will make a mess, but no one seems to have an opinion. If you must be vegetarian, there are several options. And don't forget to order potato chips-they are great. But you have to act quickly-here is about to participate in the Triple D program special restaurant selection, then the team will be longer.