Read about this place on SFGate but couldn't find it on yelp or chowhound (if it's on and I missed it, sorry. delete this or add it to another thread.) Decided to take a chance as husband L-O-V-E-S sandwiches. I'm not so enthusiastic but can take a break from my routine Thai/Vietnamese/Indian/Korean/etc.
So we drove down to University between 7th and 8th and it was GREAT. He had the club sandwich for $7.50, chock-a-block with tasty turkey and ham, lettuce, tomato, bacon and avocado and a side of too-many but too-good crispy fries. I dithered between a regular BLT (my favorite) and a breakfast sandwich of egg/cheese/bacon on an English muffin. But I fell back on my old standby: Asian food and had a Kathi wrap of Indian spiced chicken in a fresh chapatti/pita that they either make themselves or buy from an Indian granny. This was the best Indian thing I'd had to eat in a long time.
The owners, a sister and brother were not only super, super nice but cute as buttons and anxious to be hospitable. They gave me a taste of the gyro meat which was scrumptious. Meanwhile their dad was lovingly shaping falafels. Kind of a pan-American place!
Really, if you crave sandwiches to go or eat in, gotta try this place, perhaps before hitting the road as it's so convenient to I-80. I'd actually go back tomorrow for that BLT.