Best Sandwich in the Triangle?
Thoughts? Looking for a great sandwich--bonus points if it's in Raleigh, so I don't have to drive as far. Something super-delicious and satisfying, something that makes you think, "That's the best sandwich I've ever had!"
The best one I've had so far was at Alon's in Atlanta: Air-cured beef, grilled fennel, shaved parmesan and pink peppercorn dressing on ciabatta.
But there's got to be something to top that around here--I'm on a quest & would love some guidance.
I can't pick a best. Good ones include
steak sandwich at Coquette
chicken & bacon at La Farm
bleu cheese burger w onion rings at Abbey Road
One of my all-time favorite sandwiches in Raleigh is the Plethora at the Third Place coffee shop at Five Points. It's a veggie delight - with homemade hummus, homemade tabouli, pico de gallo, sprouts, scallions, sunflower seeds, havarti cheese and mustard served on whole grain bread. (Plus - I love that they've been serving that same sandwich since they opened some 15 or so years ago.)
re: Suzy Q
I really like the BLT at Sandwhich in CH. Great interpretation of the classic sandwich.
One day a couple of years ago, the the Federal had a braised warm brisket on some kind of a roll. I don't even remember the specifics beyond the fact that the bread and brisket seemed to combine. It was great! One of the best sandwiches I ever had.