For $3.85, the turkey sandwich on a croissant from the Lombardy Market is a hard lunch to beat for the price. It’s not really a restaurant, it’s that little convenience store next to Balliceaux on Lombardy St. in The Fan.
You can also get ham biscuits for only $.79 each. I liked those too.
Several people had recommended the Lombardy Market’s sandwiches to me so, I went for a quick to-go lunch while on the run. It was worth the trip. You can also get your sandwich warmed in a very cool steam-powered press.
The croissants come from Sam’s Club (yeah yeah, not too cool) in order to maintain the very affordable price of the sandwiches, but I still thought it was a good meal. The owner of the market points out that all of the meat is Boar’s Head brand and his personal favorite is the “Oven Gold Turkey” sandwich. I took his recommendation and didn’t regret it.
I gave the Lombardy Market’s sandwiches 22 out of 29 points. It was a great value.