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Grub'N'Go in Berkeley - Review

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Grub'N'Go in Berkeley - Review

Jeanne | May 25, 2005 06:52 PM

My roommate & I went to Grub'n'go for a late lunch today. I read a post on this place (Allston, between Shattuck & Oxford) a long time ago (maybe a year, I think by Heidipie). It's only open M-F, 9-5, so because of work, I kept forgetting about trying it out.
We split two sandwiches (5.95 each), a chicken tarragon with spicy mustard, & a roasted turkey with cranberry sauce. Both sandwiches came on amazing ciabatta rolls (fantastic bread, perfect crisp crust; other choices are white, wheat, & dutch crunch). Other toppings were melted mozzarella, fresh sliced tomatoes, fresh basil, spinach leaves, mayo, & mustard. The chicken tarragon was good, but the turkey was amazing! You could tell it was sliced from a real turkey (ie mix of dark & white meat) It was incredibly juicy, and with the cranberry sauce it was so so so yummy! They have a great selection of chips, "Dirty", Frito-Lay brands, & Kettle. I added a drink & chips to my sandwich for 1.99. We tried "Dirty" honey mustard flavored chips and they were good too. Not too sweet but you could definitely taste the honey. We shared a piece of chocolate cake for dessert. It wasn't in the same league with the sandwiches but it was light, fluffy, moist, and not toooooo sweet. I think I'm going back tomorrow...;D

Link: http://www.grubngo.net

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