We additionally cut up the oven-roasted turkey sandwich.
When it got here time to order entrées, we have been cut up between the oven-roasted turkey sandwich ($18) and the feature-film burger ($22.50).
The kind of burger and the toppings rotate, and the day we have been on the restaurant, it did not sound good to us. Instead, we opted for the turkey sandwich, and I’m so glad we did.
The menu states that the turkey is house-brined and herb-roasted, which is spectacular in itself.
Along with the turkey, the sandwich has bacon, lettuce, tomatoes, and a cilantro-avocado aioli, all on a multigrain croissant. It additionally comes with a facet, and we went with fries.
When our waitress served us our sandwich, she was sort sufficient to convey an additional plate so we might share. She additionally introduced out ketchup, ranch dressing, and honey mustard.
I used to be pleasantly stunned that the honey mustard wasn’t the pre-packaged model that is served at most quick-service eating places. It was a creamy, mayo-based unfold, paying homage to the fan-favorite selection that was once served at Hollywood Studio’s Backlot Express.