For $7.50 you can purchase the double cheeseburger. The 2 burgers are likely made in Calgary and shipped over here in a container on a semi truck. A person has to be drunk as a skunk to actually enjoy this treat. The buns look like they were spewed out of a volcano, hard and sand-like. The patties have the taste of dried-up paint. But if you are highly intoxicated and douse the burgers with copious amounts of ketchup they can be digested with satisfaction.
The Steakhouse Roast Beef Sandwich only costs $8.29. I think these are made in Singapore as they are suffering from severe Jetlag. Tasteless yet filling, the sandwich does the trick if you are going for a major hike through the Grand Canyon. It will not go bad in +40 C temps and will provide the necessary calories for energy.
The Bistro Deluxe Sandwich will make you barf after you pound one of these back after drinking 12 beers. It is a great gut cleanser. The human body will not tolerate the ingredients in the Bistro Deluxe. The lettuce in the sandwich was likely grown in Huyuan province, China. It tastes like air pollution and is as dry as a downtown bum.
And lastly the Triple-Decker Torpedo Submarine Sandwich made up of Black forest ham, Genoa salami and Swiss cheese with lettuce and Dijon mustard on Asiago bread. This sandwich was probably made in Silicon Valley using a 3-D printer. This sandwich is unpalatable, insipid, bland and flat. But at least it doesn't make you upchuck. Drink 14 Extra Old Stock beers and the sandwich gets better. But the next morning you may not want to breath in another humans direction as you could make them pass out.
The little Korean ladies at Sun Food Mart, they have been in Canada for 30 years and still can't speak English, only charge $10.50 for the Triple-Decker. Remember most guys that buy this sandwich are pissed out of their minds. No regard for quality cuisine or cost in that state.
Just have to thank the Lord of Donald Street that Chicago Phil's pizza joint is 2 doors down.