Sandwich Garden

I’m the kind of person that if I find a menu item that I really like then that’s what I get every time I visit that restaurant. This is certainly the case with the Sandwich Garden. I was introduced to this locally-owned and operated eatery about 2 years ago, and it consistently keeps me coming back.

My mainstay at the Sandwich Garden is the #4: Cheese on Stone Ground Whole Wheat Pita Bread. The sandwich is freshly made with melted cheese, olives, lettuce, tomatoes, and mayo-hold the onions and mustard. I have to warn you though, there is no elegant way to eat this gooey sandwich—except maybe with a fork and knife—but I recommend you cut it into quarters and just go for it.

The atmosphere is quirky with pictures all around of the owner’s latest fishing expedition and various 1980’s era decorations, but corporate types and SACS students alike can’t seem to stay away from the comfort of this unique sandwich.

In addition to a selection of hot or cold sandwiches, The Sandwich Garden also offers up a different homemade soup daily, such as split pea or chicken and dumplings, all at an affordable price.

I give the Sandwich Garden 4 out of 5 stars.

1826 McCullough
San Antonio, TX 78212

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