5 Favorite Cold Sandwiches Around Town

July 07, 2015
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The Ban Mi from InterAsian Market on Nolensville Rd. Rib roast pork, house-made pâté and butter, pickled papaya, carrots, jalapeno cilantro, & cucumber on a french hoagie. Vegetarian option with tofu also available.
The Italia 
Fresh baguette (Dozen Bakery), elderberry jam, creamed honey, finocchiona (imported deli Italian meat), and Triple Cream brie. Tempered, Germantown.
 
This new restaurant in Midtown has one of the best BLT's in town. It features applewood bacon, avocado, lettuce, and tomatoes and aioli.
 
Confit Chicken Salad 
Chicken salad, confit chicken in bacon fat, house-made aioli, dried cranberries, toasted walnuts, diced celery, seasonal greens, on toasted whole wheat bread (Bobby John Henry Bakery on Music Row). Porter Road Butcher, Charlotte Rd.

Banh Mi 

Vietnamese sandwich with French influence: rib roast pork, house-made pâté and butter, pickled papaya, carrots, jalapeno cilantro, & cucumber on a french hoagie. Vegetarian option available. InterAsian Market, Nolensville Rd.

The Gobbler

Turkey, cranberry relish, house-made boursin-sharp white cheddar cheese, arugula & red onion on cranberry walnut bread. The Food Co, Green Hills.

 

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