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K Sandwiches: Bargains on baguettes

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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - When it comes to cheap eats, it's hard to find a better on a bargain on a baguette or a cost conscious craving on a croissant than at K Sandwiches on Linda Vista Road.

Along with handful of hardworking employees, Jennifer Tran and her family handle a steady stream of faithful customers who flock to K's daily for their Vietnamese and American sandwiches. Sister Natalie knows the drill.

"This is our most popular sandwich. House mayonnaise, we have some from grilled pork that came right off the grill, then we have some house pickles along with some fresh cilantros and fresh jalapenos," she said.

The price for the grilled pork sandwich on a 10" freshly baked baguette? $2.85.

If you want to get more pricey, try the K's Special at $2.99.

"There's different types of Vietnamese ham, pate, which is a pork liver spread, house mayonnaise, house pickles, cilantro and jalapenos," Natalie said.

I macked down on the K's club, a meat lover's dream with bacon, turkey, roast beef and cheese with jalapenos, pickles and onions that will set you back a whopping $4.30.

"The quality, the price, the value and the service, that's the fundamental factors, the reason why we come back here," a customer said.

K's Sandwiches also features specialty drinks, teas and coffee, a full bakery and other Vietnamese delicacies, and if you want a grab and go snack, grandma's always on the griddle making her famous coconut waffles.

For tasty cheap eats and treats, there's high praise for K's.

K Sandwiches
7604 Linda Vista Road
San Diego, CA 92111
(858) 278-8961

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