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What You'll Get
The first evidence of the sandwich dates back to the Italian Renaissance, when painters created multi-paneled frescos that detailed the 57 steps required to place meat between two slices of bread. Enjoy streamlined sandwich making with today’s Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of Asian-flavored sandwiches and drinks at Zenwich in Elmhurst.
Zenwich is known for dishing out tasty sandwiches to conquer rumbling stomachs. Hit up the menu for specialty sandwiches such as the crab cake with baby greens and lavishful garlic sauce ($7.50) or the chicken curry, its titular poultry slow cooked in Japanese curry gravy with potatoes, carrots, and onions ($7.25). Each lunchtower comes pinned between ciabatta with homemade, house-seasoned chips on the side, plus coleslaw and a pickle. Vegetarian sandwiches get the same treatment, but come with cucumber salad instead of coleslaw. Pick up a bibimbob, sautéed spinach and shitake mushrooms with shredded carrots and sprouts ($7), or the veggie torta with avocado, refried beans, and pico de gallo on a French roll ($7). Zenwich also sports conventional sandwiches like the BLT ($5.25) and ham and cheese ($5.25), as well as a handful of salads like the soba noodle with watercress and seaweed ($5).
Though Zenwich’s dining space may be small, the staff likes it because it allows them to deliver the fresh creations while they're still fresh. The sandwiches like it too, since they only have to travel a few steps to the plate of their preferred dinner, who they choose after an elaborate vetting process involving social security numbers and pi.
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Zenwich gets a nearly perfect 4.5-star average from more than 35 Yelpers.
- This place is sooo good! One of my favorite lunch places in Elmhurst! – Jeanette K.
- Name me another sandwich shop where you can get an entree from nearly every major cuisine style in Asia slapped between two pieces of ciabatta and served with fresh-made, bizarrely but delicious seasoned potato chips. You probably can't. – Matthew M.
- There's a place to get bibimbop, chicken curry satay sandwiches and banh mi in Elmhurst. And it's a little bitty sandwich shop in a strip mall. – Renita M.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 11, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 5 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back or credit. Tax not included. Not valid for delivery. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.