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Friday, August 30, 2013

Munchy's, Wayne, NJ

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Where: Munchy's, Wayne, NJ
What: Roast Beef Sub, (Roast beef, Lettuce, Tomato, Onion, Mayo on sub roll)
              Seven Card Stud, (Hot Roast Beef, french fries, fried onions, cheese & gravy on sub roll)
              Classic Jersey Taylor Ham, Egg & Cheese on Kaiser roll
              Taylor Ham, Cheese, Tomato on Toasted Rye
Comment: You just can't beat the freshness and unique sandwich combinations that Munchy's in Wayne has to offer. And if that weren't enough, I've found my new favorite breakfast sandwich spot. Their egg sandwiches are fresh and big enough to satisfy even a fat guy like me. The roast beef sub sandwich is sliced very thin and it's very tender which is a make or break with me because I'm easily turned off by tough meat in a sandwich. The Seven Card Stud is one of 13 specialty sandwiches listed under a category called "Dealers Choice".  It's a culmination of munchie foods and goodies that would satisfy even the hungriest Superbowl crowd. Back to the egg sandwich... they are so fresh and the rolls are so soft and buttery - it's just really hard to find a breakfast sandwich that's this good.
Love what you're doing Munchy's, keep it up!




Roast Beef Sub




Roast Beef Sub 




Seven Card Stud




Seven Card Stud




Seven Card Stud




Taylor Ham, Cheese, Tomato, Grilled Rye - Any Questions?




Now this is a Jersey Sangwitch




THE&C on Keiser Roll




Homemade Hash Browns (should have been crispy)




THE&C Autopsy Shot




Wayne Location (Valley Road)





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