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Fantastic tasty sandwiches - only downside is the price!
I love Japanese food, and all the tasty things that it affords - but sometimes as an expat you just want a big tasty sandwich to fill the belly. There's a place in Tokyo that does fantastic, giant sandwiches - it's called King George Deli, and it's in the suburb of Daikanyama (just a stone's throw away from Shibuya).
Some of the options on their menu include their namesake the King George (turkey and provolone cheese on rye bread), the Meat Head (turkey, pastrami, jalapenos and white cheddar on rye) and the Hungry Ewan (turkey, honey glazed ham, provolone, avocado and BBQ sauce). The sandwiches are big, and packed to capacity with all the fillings - but they are expensive sandwiches in my opinion - that's really the only downside. The cheapest sandwich on their menu is 1400 yen, the most expensive is 1900 yen - now I don't know about you but that's a once in a while treat for me, despite the fact that they are mighty tasty.