Earl of Sandwich Tampa Bay is located at International Plaza. It was recently relocated from Bay Street to inside the food court within the mall. I was invited for a complimentary tasting in exchange for sharing my experience with you.
Earl of Sandwich specializes in sandwiches (hence the name) but also serves salads, flatbreads, and soup. I had the pleasure of sampling two of the Fall Features, both of which highlight turkey as we enter Fall and prepare for Turkey Day. I mean, why wait for leftovers when you can enjoy some traditional Thanksgiving foods right now, right?!
The Holiday Turkey will definitely put you in a festive mood. The sandwich is filled with turkey, cornbread stuffing, turkey gravy, cranberry sauce and mayonnaise.
The limited time special is the Turkey Apple & Brie sandwich which joins the line-up of signature hot sandwiches. When I tell you this is a darn good sandwich, I am not lying. Seriously this is my new favorite sandwich. It is topped with sliced turkey, melted brie, sliced green apples and cranberry sauce. You know I like it sweet and this made is a perfect balance of sweet and savory.
To complete the meal I picked up some chips and dessert of course. They have house-baked sweet treats available and while they are all pretty good, the Ghirardelli brownie is a real treat. This brownie is everything! Like seriously if you get it and don’t like it, I might think there is something wrong with you. It is rich and chocolatey, exactly what I desire for dessert.
Even though these are the only two I sampled, there are plenty of other turkey options available on the menu. Other options include the traditional Turkey and Swiss sandwich & The Turkey Wrap which combines turkey, cheddar, Roma tomato and light mayo in a whole wheat wrap that is only 370 calories.
Earl of Sandwich is a place I have frequented for years because it is a great place for me to grab a quick, yet good lunch when I only have pennies in my pocket. Meals are typically less than $10 which makes for a great lunch on the low for my Frugal Foodies.
Have you ever eaten at Earl of Sandwich? If so what is your favorite?