Earl Kaimuki – Kaimuki, HI

I didn’t even know Earl moved from their original location to Market City! I haven’t tried their sandwiches in years but finally had a chance to during an office order about a month ago. Check it out!

Cubano | $12.50
sliced ham, braised pork belly, roasted garlic dijonaise, swiss cheese, homemade pickle and fresh lime

Drew | $15.00
pastrami, swiss, tomato jam, whole grain mustard, horseradish mayo, pickle, tomato

Fun Goat | $11.00
goat cheese, fennel onion marmalade, pesto, cucumber, tomato, mushrooms, spinach, EVOO and balsamic

Italian | $17.50
ham, capocollo, salami, provolone cheese, peperoncinis, EVOO, vinegar, lettuce, tomato, oregano & roasted garlic mayo

I got the Italian because why wouldn’t you get that Italian after reading that description? $18 for a sandwich was a hard sell. The sandwich was really good but I just couldn’t shake the price tag. I guess my thing would be, I don’t think it was worth the cost even as good as it was. Then again, I could eat a sandwich anywhere and still feel the same. I’m not a sandwich snob.


  1. vickinags says:

    The Italian looks so ono, but seems like the others had more meat! For cheaper!
    I did have an Earl’s sandwich about a month or so ago too but can’t even remember which one. LOL

  2. jalna says:

    Nice variety! Is the bread crunchy or soft? I have a problem with the roof of my mouth getting all bust-up when the bread is hard.

    • Jenny says:

      The bread was pretty soft for me! I know what you mean about hard crunchy bread cause I don’t like that too, and it wasn’t!

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