As per usual I was up on the weekend in Seoul and had some free time for lunch before heading to a small church gathering, messaged around to see who was free for lunch and decided to try this sandwich place I had read about on another blog. Wasn’t too hard to find following a few directions. The place was nice, we arrived at a good time, so we didn’t have to wait for a table to free up, we sat down and had a look over the menu ~
A friend of mine ordered the lemonade which came out and was HUGE! was about 8,000w i think but definitely enough for 2 or maybe even 3 people, was garnished nicely with some fruit and green but yeah tasted good and good value
I ordered the Troika, Beef and turkey sandwich. hand cured beef and hand rubbed roast beef with oven toasted turkey with 3 cheeses and German Sauerkraut. It smelled delicious on the way in, accompanied with a sauce i went for the mayo and sweet chili sauces. Started to dig into my sandwich and thought it was pretty tasty, at this point I had lathered all the sauces i ordered onto my sandwich, got through about half way and then the sandwich just tasted so dry, even with the sauce i had added it didn’t make the difference. The good taste i has was i guess that first half and the second started to become more disappointing, overall the sandwich was okay, not enough dressing or sauce to keep the sandwich moist and so turned out to be just okay. Nothing to scream home about that’s fo sure ~
Another friend ordered the Toscana (Prosciutto and melon sandwich) definitely and interesting sandwich, she said the melon made the sandwich refreshing and kinda kept it moist, the prosciutto quality was so-so not badd but not amazingly good either, and enjoyable sandwich, the combination worked I guess so not a bad choice on the menu
My 2 other friends ordered the panini’s i think one was a pizza panini (sorry can’t find the menu pics i took lol) and the other yeah can’t remember haha but the feed back of the sandwiches were they were okay ~ possibly would come back for a second round of maybe different sandwiches or possibly a burger but if there’s other options i’d probably go with other options. This place was OK at best in my opinion, prices range from about 12-15,000w for sandwiches.
To get there take a train to Sinsa station (line 3). Come out of exit 8 and walk straight until you get to Tous Le Jours and make a left. Keep walking straight along that road until you reach the Fossil store. Take a left just after and you should see Gentle Lady Cupcake on your right. Keep walking to the end of the block and Deli Heinzberg will be on your left.
For more info you can call them on 02-541-8780.