Quick Chop - Daily Bread

Daily Bread - 4/11 Waymouth Street, Adelaide

I'm not much of a bread fan, but it was midweek and my wife randomly said she wanted to eat a gourmet sandwich and she was bringing the kids with her out into the city. The first name that popped up in my head was Daily Bread - I've never been, always walked past this place and have seen tweets about it so I thought I'd give it a shot.  I quickly tweeted @dailybread_ and asked for a recommendation, in return Niki said she'd make me something special.  How could I refuse?

I rocked up with my wife at 12pm and had a quick look at the 2 massive glass displays to see what was on offer. There was a large assortment of the usual ham, egg, cheese, lettuce, olives, etc, but what interested me the most was the different types of chicken and the heated meat section which looked like it had a good selected of marinated cooked meats.

Daily Bread fridge - The Chopping Board
Fridge display
My daughter wanted to grab a ham and cheese croissant - so that was the first order on the list. Nothing to rave on about - just your usual.

Daily Bread Ham and Cheese Croissant - The Chopping Board
Ham and Cheese Croissant
Before making the 2 gourmet sandwiches for my wife and I, Niki asked what we didn't want in them. For me, I said nothing, but my wife said she didn't want olives. After that, she quickly started making them. For sandwich #1 Niki used marinated chicken breasts, lettuce, avocado, roasted capsicum and eggplant, cheese, olives and jalapeno (I think).

Daily Bread Chicken sandwich - The Chopping Board
Gourmet chicken sandwich #1
For sandwich number #2 Niki used plain diced chicken breast, tomato, avocado, fresh capsicum, lettuce/baby spinach (I think).

I'm pretty sure there were some other things in both sandwiches I missed while I was chatting with Niki, but overall the basic gist of it is there.  

Daily Bread Chicken sandwich - The Chopping Board
Gourmet chicken sandwich #2
Not being a bread fan, I didn't expect much from these two sandwiches. How good can a few ingredients inside a two bread pieces be? Boy, was I wrong. Both of these were delicious, full of flavour from the meat and fresh veggies, it all just melded together perfectly.

They were actually big and after finishing them quickly I was quite full. For a lunch this would be a good sized deal with a drink. It would definitely get you through the day.

If Daily Bread can convert a non-bread eater like me for a day I'm sure if you're in the city next time and wanting some gourmet sandwiches, look no further.

Hayes gives 8.5/10 chops on The Chopping Board for Daily Bread's sandwiches.

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