I tried the new Kirkland Signature Roast Beef Sandwich from Costco’s Food Court and I was debating whether to post about it or not. First, there’s the price. It’s $9.99. Yeah, that’s a bit high for a Costco food court product. Maybe I’d be fine with that price from a gourmet sandwich shop for an awesome-tasting sandwich…but not this sandwich.
So, the taste of the sandwich itself is underwhelming. It’s a cold sandwich with sliced roast beef, onion relish, a mayonnaise mustard blend, lettuce, roasted cherry tomatoes, and red onions served on an un-toasted artisan roll. Where to begin?
This new sammie looked pretty good on the menu board, but not so good in real life. I lifted the top of the sandwich to take a picture and kind of got grossed out. Why is the onion relish brown?
The mayonnaise / mustard blend helped the dry bread out…a little.
With so many cheaper options from the Costco food court, I don’t feel this sandwich was a good value at all. I could have gotten a whole fresh pizza. Sigh…
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I spotted the Kirkland Signature Roast Beef Sandwich at the Covington, Washington and Federal Way, Washington Costco food courts.