A variety of fresh-baked bread and healthy, wholesome ingredients define this sandwich chain's made-to-order creations..
The first Togo's opened in 1968 near California's San Jose State University, serving simple, sizeable sandwiches. Today, the same freshly prepared subs are ordered at the counter where diners choose their bread and toppings. Cold options include the signature avocado and turkey with all-white breast meat, and the Italian--salami, capicolla, mortadella, provolone and cotto. Popular hot subs include the pastrami, piled high with mustard. Veggie sandwiches, soups and salads round out the menu.
The Best Tasting Hot Pastrami Sandwich.
The Hot Pastrami was a yummy sandwich with tons of meat (I could hardly finish it)
Still...nothing special or different.
Date of visit: Saturday, Aug. 28 @12:12Pm.
I thought I would give Togo's a second chance. I'm still unimpressed. I had the Italian sandwhich. The meats are sliced too thick to be enjoyable. The salami was slimey and greasy. The bread was over-baked and tough. Very disappointing overall.
There's nothing about Togo's that makes it different or special. There are much better choices for sub style sandwiches.
Average at best.... There's not much that stands out about Togo's. The sandwiches are unimaginative. It's just another Blimpie's or Subway.
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