Austin >Which Wich
DO NOT EAT HERE!. I had a bad experience here. I ordered my sandwich from a nice guy at the cash register, and I noticed there was no one making my sandwich. I'm looking around and I see the other employee come out of the bathroom and walk straight over to my sandwich and start making it, WITHOUT WASHING HIS HANDS, AND WITHOUT GLOVES! disgusting, I'm never eating here again.
Great Lunch Spot. Which Wich is an excellent lunch spot. You can dine in or get it to go - either way you are in and out fast. I recommend the Wicked and the brownies are delicious as well.
Beats nearly any sandwich chain in town.
I stumbled upon the downtown location after an event at City Hall, and wow, am I glad I did. Everything's so much fresher than at Subway, Quiznos or Schlotzsky's. The meats and veggies are tender, the breads pillow-soft, and the house kettle chips addictive (they're spiced with a little black pepper, reminding me of the fries at Opal Divine's). And the system of writing on the bag means you get exactly the sandwich you want. I especially love the Buffalo Chicken and the Pizza, while my husband usually gets the Italian with oil and vinegar.
I hear there will soon be one on Brodie Lane, and I can't wait for it.
it's your wich!. get your sandwhich exactly how you want it. the hummus and roasted pepper is great, so is the crab melt. i haven't had any of the standard deli stuff, but i hear it's pretty good. fresh, quick, cheap, tasty. just be careful not to go crazy with, say, honey mustard and olives. since it is totally customizable you are your own worst enemy!
Good food but not alot of it. I was really excited about eating here. The sandwhich was really good, but I was left wanting more. Subway makes a bigger sandwhich. The quality was great but the quantity was lacking.
good sandwich if you're in a hurry. The sandwich was better than subway and very quick to get after you order. They might be a bit small if you're really starving but the sandwich is very good. The bread is tasty and the meat and cheeses are top notch. Fresh iced tea make this lunch spot a great in and out joint.
Really Good Sandwiches. My husband dragged me to the Parmer Lane location, and I was pleasantly surprised. I've since been back several times. Love the ability to TOTALLY customize my sandwich, and am impressed with the quality of meats. Excellent service too, the guys making the sandwiches were fun and chatty.
Nice place for a modest meal.. When Which Wich first opened up on the drag, I was disgusted that another trendy chain type place had invaded the area. I really don't like the decor of the place. But, the food is actually pretty good. All of the sandwiches are freshly toasted and yummy. I haven't tried the meat there (as I am a vegetarian), but I would recommend the tuna, and suggest avoiding the bean patty. The banana shake is good too.
Modernist sandwich chain takes the low-tech approach to ordering a sandwich..
This simple sub shop is all about getting a meal efficiently. Lunch hour is packed with nearby professionals chomping amid the utilitarian decor: unadorned yellow walls, concrete floors, and Texas newspapers clipped to reading kiosks. The process is simple: Take a paper bag, mark the desired sandwich (turkey, ham, beef, veggie, seafood) and condiments and hand it to the cashier, who then slides the bag to food prep on a wire.
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