May 22, 2004

Jack-In-The-Box Deli Trio Pannido

Deli Trio Pannido
I few nights ago, I needed a quick meal while on the other side of town and didnít have a lot of choices, so I decided to try one of the new Pannido sandwiches from Jack-In-The-Box. After contemplating the three choices of sandwiches available, I chose the ďDeli TrioĒ (also available are the Ham & Turkey and the Zesty Turkey). I was surprised to find that it was served warm, not cold as I expected. The bread was very good for a fast food restaurant, better than most bread you get at a sandwich shop such as Subway or Quiznos. The creamy Italian-Dijon sauce was very tasty and complemented the meat well. The meat was good, but I wish there would have been more of it. The meat is rolled up around dill pickle slices rather than placed flat on the bread, which makes it look like there is more meat than there really is. A clever cost-control measure, no doubt. Some cheese on the sandwich would have been nice. Overall, the sandwich was pretty good, but the small amount of meat makes it difficult for me to justify the price of the sandwich. I still prefer the Ultimate Cheeseburger when eating at Jack-In-The-Box, but I might have a Pannido when Iím in the mood for something different.

Phoood rating: So-so

Posted by Jim on May 22, 2004
Comments:

If I wasn't a vegetarian I'd be all over that thing. Well, maybe not. In my meat-eating days I would have went for the Ulimate Cheeseburger over the Pannido any day. What does the word "pannido" mean? It sounds made up.

Posted by: Glenn at May 24, 2004 9:25 AM

Kudos on one of the funniest errata I've read in a long time:

RE: the Jack-In-The-Box Deli Trio Pannido

You wrote: "I was surprised to find that it was severed warm..."

Well sports fan, I DO believe MOST domesticated meat stuffs are SEVERED warm then once cleaned, refrigerated in some fashion. ;-)
BBBWWAAAAA....HAHAHAHAHA!! OH, SAH..W..WEEET! Hahahahahahah. OH, MY SIDES! *SNORK!* Dang, did I just snork? MWAHAHAH HEE HEE HEE WHEWWWWWW......

Posted by: Rex at May 29, 2004 12:21 PM

I only do Pannidos when Jack puts out two-for-one coupons for it. The Turkey version has swiss cheese and a 'sun-dried tomato' dressing (again, a cost cutting move so they didn't have to put tomatoes on it) and is good too, just not worth the price.

You really need to have a rating between :) and :|...

Posted by: wendell at July 9, 2004 11:29 AM

i think it looks um....interesting LOL if u know what i mean and they totally make fun of it with his commmercials. and now they sell it in the "big mans meal" LMAO its too funny

Posted by: amanda at September 27, 2004 6:05 PM