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Which Wich Superior Sandwiches opens in Westport

Updated: 2013-06-13T03:24:10Z

By JOYCE SMITH

The Kansas City Star

Which Wich Superior Sandwiches — known for its specialty and customizable sandwiches — is now open in Westport.

As customers enter they will see 10 bins, each filled with sandwich bags for a specific sandwich - from the Wicked to seafood to breakfast sandwiches. They pull the bag of the sandwich they want to order, mark the type of bread, toasted or not, size, and any toppings or extras. Then they hand it to one of the kitchen crew and soon their sandwich is handed back.

So customers don’t have to wait in line while someone else is trying to decide if they want caramelized onions or crispy strings.

Among the specialty sandwiches are the Wicked stocked with turkey, ham, roast beef, pepperoni, bacon and three cheeses; and the turkey, which can be nod to Thanksgiving dinner when stuffing and cranberry sauce are the topping selections.

Other choices include the huevos rancheros breakfast sandwich, French dip, grinders and gyros, vegetarian sandwiches from caprese to black bean patty, shrimp po' boys and teriyaki chicken. The menu also includes salads (any Wich on a bed of iceberg lettuce or spinach), the new Lettucewich (any Wich wrapped in lettuce), hand-dipped shakes and freshly baked cookies.

The restaurant is at 554 Westport Road, next to Freebirds World Burrito.

To reach Joyce Smith, call 816-234-4692 or send email to jsmith@kcstar.com. Follow her at twitter.com/joycekc and on Facebook.

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