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The Official "Earl of Sandwich" Thread

Teebin

Legendary Member
Oct 12, 2009
20,732
North of the Wall
Mmmm... horseradish! For me it has always been the bread they use. It always seemed like a cross between a buttered biscuit and regular bread to me. They make a big deal about the bread being a special recipe on their website.
 

April

Member
Feb 11, 2010
680
Orlando, FL
I've tried their Earl's Club, BLT, and the Holiday Sandwich. I probably like the Holiday Sandwich the best. :)

For soups, I've tried their Wisconsin Cheddar. So good. It's pretty close to the Cheddar Cheese soup at Le Cellier, but it's cheaper and you get a much bigger portion than you do during F&W.
 

BrinkofSunshine

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Jun 6, 2011
20
I love Earl of Sandwich. Thank you for posting that the Holiday is back... I'll definitely be making a trip over there soon.

I usually get the Full Montagu, and recently tried the Hawaiian BBQ. I think both are great. Compared to most of the food at Disney, it's such a good deal for the price.
 

Brian G.

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Jan 21, 2008
21,629
Orlando, FL
Oh, it's not back now. It was back when the thread was posted... :lol: It usually appears around November.
 

SeventyOne

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Jul 1, 2010
3,054
Orlando
BTW, the Holiday Sandwich has been back since early October. :thumbs:
Sacrilege, I know, but WaWa has developed their own holiday sandwich (the Gobbler) that puts the Earl to shame. Better turkey, better stuffing, bread not quite as good, but still worth a try if you're off property. (Or, you know, in South Jersey/Philly).
 

Brian G.

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Jan 21, 2008
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Sacrilege, I know, but WaWa has developed their own holiday sandwich (the Gobbler) that puts the Earl to shame. Better turkey, better stuffing, bread not quite as good, but still worth a try if you're off property. (Or, you know, in South Jersey/Philly).
Capriotti's Bobby >
 

Hockeyman55

Premium Member
Aug 19, 2009
5,539
Palm Beach Gardens
Ive got a dumb question. Are the Earl of Sandwich shops in the FL Turnpike toll plaza the same as the ones at DTD or the same quality? Ive had a sandwich there once and was good but someone mention the one at DTD to be much better.
 

Brian G.

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It's ok, but the DTD is definitely miles better than the rest stops. The Rest Stop spots also have a limited menu.
 

frenzy88

Member
Jul 11, 2012
804
Orlando Fl
First time at Earl last night. I think the only way to go through the menu is to just go down the list. They all sound so very tasty. So I started with the Original. Next up sometime will be the Club
 

frenzy88

Member
Jul 11, 2012
804
Orlando Fl
So we went today, and I couldn't help but try the Holiday sandwich. Whatever you're doing, if the Earl is open when you read this, go and eat this sandwich. You can thank me later.

 
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