Over at the Pico-Robertson area is Factor’s Deli, a Jewish-style deli with delivery! Sometimes I wonder why more restaurants don’t deliver, but luckily I don’t need to wonder about that for Factor’s.
For some reason, I wasn’t in the mood for pastrami, so it took some time to figure out what I wanted to order. Eventually, I found the multi-meaty sandwich to conquer my hunger. This was the combination sandwich entitled No. 1, featuring turkey, corned beef and swiss cheese to ensure that it is un-Kosher. It also had Russian dressing and was served on triple-layer rye bread. As a bonus, it also came with a choice of two sides, so I chose the unhealthiest of all, fries and homemade chips.
About 45 minutes later, the meal was delivered. I unpacked the brown bag excitedly, looking forward to my meatwich. What I found was beyond my expectations, the sandwich was stacked gigantically with meat, so much so that it took at least two bites to take out a vertical chunk. The only downside to the sandwich was that the corned beef was a bit fattier than I prefer. I guess not everyone can deliver awesome lean corned beef like Deli Unique.
The side dishes were pretty good as well, and all the elements compounded into a meal that I couldn’t finish in one sitting. At first the price tag of $15.95 seemed a bit pricey, but for a single meal that became two, I couldn’t complain.