Today’s review is brought to you by Sandwich Bros. of Wisconsin.
Upon opening the Gyro Slider box the first thing I noticed was that it clearly was marked with an expiration date on the outer packaging and the individually wrapped sandwiches. The second thing I noticed was that it appeared to be void of any sauce or cheese. Worried that it may be dry, I microwave the first one. It recommended 35-40 seconds, so I tried 38. 38 Seconds was not long enough, so I added another 10 seconds. Still cold, I added 15 more seconds. Hot now, this thing smells delicious! After the first bite, I was surprised at how delicious this sandwich is! Second bite in, I was hooked! I will definitely be looking for these at the grocery store! It wasn’t dry at all! I think that if the company added a sauce packet, it would fly off of the shelves!
The second one I tried was the Chicken Melt. This one also had the same expiration date method, which I love. Next, I noticed how heavy and appetizing it looked. Here we go… This one is recommended at 50-55 seconds, but based on the gyro, I’m going to add 15 more seconds and try it at one minute and fifteen seconds. This one is pretty good too, but not as good as the gyro. Don’t get me wrong, this one is delicious. The cheese tastes excellent and melted perfectly over the chicken patty that was equally as awesome. Overall, I would buy this one again too.
The angus cheeseburger also had the expiration date on all of the packaging. Awesome job on that Sandwich Bros of Wisconsin! This one recommends I microwave it for 35-40 seconds. I don’t think so, I’m gonna go with one minute and 5 seconds on this. This one smells like summertime and tastes like a flame grilled delight! I like this one a tad bit more than the chicken one.
Overall, the gyro was by far my favorite one, followed by the cheeseburger then the chicken. You have made a fan out of me, and overall I would give these a B+!
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