from here (and not reviewed below, alas)
Like good sandwiches on Clement Street. 16 years into my tenure here, things have changed (boy do I miss the 6th Avenue Cheese Shop). And ignoring the scores of other lunch options on the street, here are my favorite sandwiches right now.
Let's start at my default: Blue Danube. The BLAT (bacon, lettuce, avocado, tomato) is nearly the perfect sandwich: warm salty bacon with smooth, creamy avocado; just yin-yang loveliness. And their salami-provolone is well balanced. I'm relatively carnivorous (sorry Jonathan Safran Foer), but their veggie avocado pleases even folks like me. Comes with free side salad.
Toy Boat Dessert Cafe has a great chicken-Gorgonzola wrap, and I usually think wraps are pretty silly. The sharp cheese, the smooth ranch dressing, the one-hand-ability of the whole package. Yum. With free chips, potato salad, or pickle.
For cheap, salty goodness, Little Vietnam's BBQ pork sandwich is good: $4, even if the meat is of questionable provenance.
One can't reasonably talk Clement Street sandwiches without mention of the falafel from Haig's Delicacies. It's not that new Mission-hipster, burrito-style falafel. It's a simple pita-based thing with plenty of tahini. Their other sandwiches don't do it for me, but the falafel is part of my regular rotation.
Anyone out there who can help break out of my (pleasant) sandwich route with a suggestion or two?