Mmm. So garlic-y (that green sauce on top is their special garlic cilantro sauce, which is one of the best I've ever had) and flavorful. This is the second or third time I've bought this. Their Oba Oba sandwich is good too, and I haven't found anyone who was dissatisfied with Brazil Cafe's food. Look at their reviews! They're on the expensive side for sandwiches (around $7 and up), but if you think about it, these aren't just cold-cut sandwiches with mayo. I think their prices are reasonable. This is just half:
Darn...too much flash!