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    So which Which Wich?

    You’ve probably seen that new restaurant on University Boulevard that’s gaining popularity by the hour ð- and for good reason. Which Wich? is a franchise owned by individuals like the UA’s very own Jason Terry that offers customers freedom of choice in creating delectable sandwiches.

    How many types of sandwiches? Let’s just say there isn’t enough room in this review to divulge all the possible combinations, but customers can choose from essentially more than 50 different sandwiches, costing $4.75 each.

    Which Wich?
    943 E. University Suite 125
    4 stars!
    sells various sandwiches

    Upon entering the modernly designed establishment, I was met by a slightly overwhelming station where I was supposed to choose what type of sandwich I wanted to order. There are 10 numbers bearing a category and a stack of paper bags with bread, cheese, spread and sauce, onion, veggie and other choices. The numbers help you choose which paper bag to fill out, offering turkey, ham and pork, beef, chicken, seafood, vegetarian, Italian, saladwich, classics and breakfast (served all day) sandwiches.

    A “”Wicked”” sandwich is a dollar more and gives you more meat and cheese.

    After making a decision, I chose the “”chicken”” category and marked on my paper bag the selections white bread, swiss cheese, honey mustard, lettuce, tomato, cucumber and bacon (which is an extra and cost me an additional 75 cents).

    I turned in my bag to the cashier and threw in a small chocolate shake for the heck of it ($2.75), and what a smart decision that was. It was probably one of the best shakes I have ever had.

    As for the sandwich I ordered, it was delicious and exactly what I wanted. There was the perfect amount of chicken and melted cheese, the veggies were fresh and the bread was both soft and crusty. Did I mention that all of Which Wich?’s sandwiches are toasted? My sister, who accompanied me, quickly stated that she could eat there every day.

    With the endless sandwich combinations and their popular shakes and house chips, it may be nearly impossible to grow tired of this place. As I overheard someone in line behind me fittingly say, it’s like the Cold Stone Creamery of sandwiches.

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