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Sandwich Contest

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Here's how it works: you name your three favorite sandwiches - NO MORE THAN THREE - and, if you like, a short description. I will personally select among the best entries. Prizes: winners will have their prize-winning sandwiches sampled BY ME and I will report back. Second place winners have my eternal gratitude. Burgers are not considered sandwiches for purposes of this contest. Void where prohibited.

Here's three to start you off -

#1. From Bay Cities - spicy soppresata with provolone and spicy pepper salad

#2 the Miami Cuban from Havana Sandwich Company in El Segundo

#3 and how about the banh mi bi (pork skin) at Bánh Mì Cho Cu in Westminster

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  1. Muffelata from Central Grocery

    Cuban from Cafe Tropical extra crispy (leave in the press longer)

    Italian Combo from DeFrankos The hard roll, no pickles, easy tomato and easy onion

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    1. re: Burger Boy

      Can we make it 4, I some how in a muffelata haze, i forgot Langer's.

    2. #1. The #7 from Eastside Italian market and deli, just west of chinatown, hot roast beef and pastrami, provoline cheese and marainara sauce with cooked peppers on an italian roll. http://www.esmdeli.com/

      #2. The meatball sandwich at Bay Cities, Santa Monica.

      #3. Also at the Eastside Market and Italian deli, the #21 cold roast beef and pastrami, proboline, lettuce, tomato, peppers, mustard, mayo.

      1. www.iltram.net
        Grilled breast of chicken with sun dried tomato, avocado and provolone and basil garlic sauce from il Tramezzino

        www.clementineonline.com
        Roast Beef Caliente: In-house roasted top round thinly sliced then grilled with avocado, red onions, pickled jalapenos, lettuce and mayo on toasted rustic bread

        Chutneys
        2406 S Barrington Ave (SE Corner of Pico & Barrington)
        Los Angeles 90064
        310-477-6263
        Chicken kabab roll: Chicken, chopped lettuce, tomatoes and onions on freshly baked nan with raita (have to ask for the raita to be added).

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        1. re: Servorg

          The chicken sandwich from Il Tramezzino is my all-time favorite sandwich too! Also the proscuitto with canteloupe.

          1. re: Servorg

            Went to Clementine today for the first time and had the Turkey Caliente, and I must say it was really good. Possibly the best turkey sandwich I've eaten! Though the rustic flat bread (like dutch crunch and some other crunchy rolls) tends to cut the roof of my mouth when I eat it, but it was worth it! A little spendy at $10.95, but heh, this is LA I guess.

          2. 1. Bay Cities Parma Prosciutto with fresh mozzerella, tomatoes oil and vinegar.

            2. Langers Pastrami on Rye

            3. Philipes french dip

            1. These are favorites in the family:

              Porto's Pastrami Sandwich

              Felix Cafe (Orange) Choripan sandwich (spicy sausage, ask for Felix sauce on the side)

              Phillipe's lamb with roquefort