My college friends and I met for dinner and I suggested to eat at Earle's since I was craving for sandwich that time. Good thing Earle's is just a few minutes walk from my office so it was really favorable for me.
Delicatessen means "delicacies" or "fine foods".
The word entered German from French délicatesse and means "delicious things (to eat)".
It ultimately originated from the Latin adjective delicatus,
meaning "giving pleasure, delightful, pleasing".
Earle's, just like other delicatessens, sells its food by weight. The popular choices include bacon, sausage, ham, salami and other cold cuts and cheese.
My officemates are a big fan of Earle's sausages. They buy different variants and then heat them in the microwave and eat them with bread loaf for dinner.
Earle's has a sandwich menu too. Here's what we had.
B ordered Hungarian Sausage Sandwich (P96).
K had Smoked Chicken Ham with Canadian Bacon (P128).
This is my BLT (P146).
The sandwiches are tasty and filling. They are a great choice if you're looking for healthy food. The servings are generous. Bacon is overflowing! The lettuce and tomatoes are fresh and succulent. The sandwiches are reasonably-priced and I feel that I am really getting what I paid for.
The service is fast and the crew members are very attentive and responsive. Most of the customers are Makati professionals and call center agents around Ayala area.
*** Earle's Delicatessen
Tower 2, Ground Level, The Columns,
6821 Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue corner Ayala Ave.nue,