I am flying again today and passing through the Atlanta, Georgia airport again.
Well, I’ve eaten at the Atlanta Bread Company twice now, and actually had the same sandwich this time as I did last time.
I didn’t remember that my last sandwich was from there until I tasted it.
I had the California Avocado sandwich with no onions (because I’m traveling) or provolone cheese (just because I’m not crazy about it).
The sandwich is on a cheesy focaccia-type bread and has tomato, lettuce, huge avocado slices and a creamy dill-type dressing.
The only thing I do not like about this sandwich, and it is what reminded me I had this sandwich before, is the cheesy bread…It’s just too pungent for this sandwich and really overpowers everything else in it, especially the avocado (the main ingredient).
The next time, I will have to remember to ask for a different bread in place of this cheesy bread.
I had a French onion soup too, and it was very tasty…The mixed croutons used in the soup were wonderful. Kudos to that!
You may feel the same way I do about this bread, so if you’re tempted to order this sandwich, remember this post.
I hope you enjoyed this Restaurant Review on Cooking With Kimberly! Until next time…
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