San Francisco Style Sourdough Eatery has two ingredients other sandwich shops in its price range don't — a truly unique sourdough bread and a "Famous Sourdough Spread" that bursts of rich flavor, according to the Las Vegas Weekly's Ken Miller.
"Whether your sandwich is toasted or untoasted, the bread retains a crunchy/chewable quality unlike any sourdough I’ve ever tasted. They credit it to the bread being half-baked in the Bay area and then shipped out to stores. I strongly recommend the corned beef and turkey combo and the Sourdough, piled high with roast beef, ham and turkey, but there are also lots of veggie options, gourmet salads and soups, including—what else?—sourdough bread bowls filled with the soup of the day. One bowl is almost enough for two people, and at $6.75, that’s a steal," Miller wrote in his review.
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