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Isaac Toast the new korean street sandwich restaurant in Westwood

trojans | Dec 16, 200903:43 PM     4

In Korea there is a street food sandwich that has a sweet egg as its main ingredient. Isaac Toast successfully made the move from street food to restaurant. They have over two thousand stores in Korea, well we just got our first. It is in Westwood on Weyburn A few doors down from the Coffee Bean. Their main item is the Isaac sandwich which consists of bread or bagel with egg and Issac Sauce, a sweet hard to describe sauce, and your choice of meats Including Bacon, Ham, Turkey or Chicken. The sandwich is filled with a variety of vegetables like cabbage, tomato, lettuce etc. It's an interesting sandwich sweet and savory at the same time. The most expensive sandwich tops out at $5.95. While not my favorite sandwich it is interesting and worthy of support because it's different and that's what makes LA so great.

10887 Weyburn Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90024
310-208-5851

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