I ordered the Green Gobbler ($8.25 - sandwich and chips). The Green Gobbler, made on their Biologique Bread (aka: multigrain bread), was comprised of turkey, provolone, green apple sliced thinly, alfalfa sprouts with an apple butter. The sandwich was fairly sweet, then I realized they forgot to slap on the provolone. After I asked and received it, the cheese did add an additional salty texture to the sweetness of the sandwich. The ingredients were extremely fresh and the bread was soft.
I also partook in their sweets - I mean, it is called "Kraftsmen Baking" after all! First up, The Brownie. My Love. Although, I'm not a fan of taking a brownie straight out of the cold frig (they did), The Brownie was very fudgy. Very chocolatey. Dense. I loved the homemade flavor of the butter and melted chocolate. It was large ($2.95). A good value. Happiness. I wasn't as stoked with the cookies ($2.00 each) -- Chocolate Chip and Peanut Butter. The chocolate chip cookie was way too crisp and thin for me. I like cookies a little softer and at least a little thicker. Could have used more chocolate chips, too. But the flavor was yummy. The peanut butter cookie was better - a little softer. Excellent pb flavor to savor.
There are many great places to grab a quick sandwich...will I go back to Kraftsmen Baking? I will if the weather is beautiful because Kraftsmen provided the perfect setting for outside eating. And, The Brownie was satisfying, too!
Houston, Texas 77006