|It comes in a cute little paper bag and is a pretty large size (the bread is at least). He doesn't have a fryer so chips are about the only side you can get.|
|We can now see the side of jus that come with a handy cover. Makes sense.|
|Here is the sandwich. I will be honest, there is very little meat and it looks lackluster. The bread looks good.|
|And we see the jus. This was my favorite part and I gave it a 5 of 5 because I know what goes into it. I know he works hard on his jus. My tasting note said, "tastes like vegetables", which is a very good thing in my opinion: fresh.|
|I random picture of a "sweet" Ford Bronco II that I saw in Anacortes around this time. Too beautiful (hint, hint) of a car to not post on the blog!|
Raw Tasting Notes
- The jus is rich and delicious. It tastes like vegetables.
- There was limited meat on the sandwich.
- Was the bread not buttered? This seems like a gap to me.
- The bread was "fine" and classic. Large size.
- The beef was braised, which is not a feature I had previously experienced.
- I drove all of the way to Lynnwood to re-do my testing experience with Wet Buns. Still not a strong recommendation for someone who is dedicated exclusively to French dips.
ScoringAu Jus 5 - He puts effort into it and it's good. Make sure to get it on the side. I think the bread is too soggy, even slimy when it's pre-dipped (the default).
Bread 3 - Normal bread. Large size, not buttered.
Meat 3 - I know he puts pride into his meats but there wasn't enough.
Non-Meat Toppings 2 - Bread not buttered and I don't believe that "toppings" were offered, per se. :(