Perhaps I'm too picky, but I'd like to think that there are others that adhere to similar standards when visiting a restaurant. That said, why would you serve a sandwich (the 2nd item on your menu, no less) on STORE-BOUGHT BREAD?
I ordered the chicken salad sandwich for lunch today, apparently one of their best-sellers, and was dismayed by the overly soft and completely useless Sara Lee (or Aunt Hatties, or similar) 7-grain bread. For $7.65 (w/one side + chips), I expect more.
I understand partially, seeing that it's a chain, they want consistency, etc etc. But, for example, even the often-hated Starbucks outsources their baked items to regional bakeries to maintain consistency state-wide. Is that too much to ask?