Are all paninis in Paris created equal?
I kind of enjoy the ubiquitous Paris panini. They all seem to be about the same, however. Is there any place that actually creates a particularly high quality panini with extra attention to breads and toppings? thanks
He's referring to an insipid little sandwich foisted on the sandwich eating public to cut costs and help dainty types deal with their urge to get a sandwich grec. Sandwich grecs have also suffered the wrath of the cost accountants and are now served on the same horrible little rolls that they use for paninis.
I lived in Tours in the Loire valley for a few months, and LOVED the paninis they had in a little take-away there. They were filled with the local goat cheese and other yummy ingredients, and the bread would crisp up so nicely. I totally forgot about them! I'm going to Paris in a month and will be on the look out for some good spots.