Lee’s Sandwiches – Chandler, AZ

by Gary Weinberg on September 2, 2009

Lee'sCraving sandwiches? Well before you walk into Subway for that $5 footlong take a look at Lee’s Sandwiches for almost half the price. In fact, repeat after me: I vow to never eat Subway again!

Lee’s is a small San Jose, CA based chain that only has one location in Arizona. They are a one stop shop for Vietnamese and Euro Style sandwiches, but specialize in the Banh mi style of sandwich, which stems from the French influence over Vietnam. The Chandler, AZ location is nestled in a strip mall in a section of Chandler that is predominantly Asian restaurants and markets.  The outside of the building has some cool diner like neon lights. I also noticed that the size of the building is misleading; this place is a behemoth when you walk inside.  They bake all their bread on site daily, so it’s alwaysThe #5 fresh.   And just one more one more bit of goodness; Lee’s is extremely clean.

I ordered the #5, the Grilled Pork Sandwich. For $2.85 you get a delicious , robust 10 inch crusty Baguette (a real Baguette, not a crusty hoagie roll) with grilled pork, fresh carrots, cilantro, onions, and mayo. Throw down another 75 cents and you can have double meat. I was really fond of the bread – soft, crispy outside, soft, gently chewy insides, good stuff. The grilled pork was delicious, a nice flavor that was just ever so slightly sweet. Besides their selection of 20+ sandwiches, Lee’s Sandwiches also has a more than respectable selection of Euro style sandwiches on croissants, smoothies, iced coffees, and gelato.

Bottom Line – Service is efficient and fast, the sandwiches are delicious, and you can easily get full with $5 or less with a drink.Lee's Sandwiches outsideLee's Sandwiches inside

Lee’s Sandwiches
1901 W Warner Rd
Chandler, AZ 85224
(480) 855-1778
http://leesandwiches.com
Lee's Sandwiches on Urbanspoon

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1 the Cosmic Jester October 11, 2009 at 3:39 pm

Do try the Cafe Sua Da the next time you’re in there. It costs more than the sandwich, but Vietnamese iced coffee is one of my favorite treats. Sweet, creamy, and STRONG.

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