If you’re an American, there’s a good chance that you love sandwiches. Whether it’s a hearty pastrami or a veggie, there’s something about sinking your teeth into fresh bread that is incredibly satisfying, and may take you back to the days of your childhood—sitting on the front porch, drinking lemonade, and licking your lips after your PB&J. For a sandwich shop that’s as good as it gets, check out Noble Sandwich Co. in Austin.

Breakfast, Too?

While Noble Sandwich is a sandwich shop with some delicious offerings, there’s also breakfast at this establishment, sandwich-free. Breakfast is served until noon, and we can’t help but to urge you to try the milk biscuit with country sausage and black pepper gravy, the scrambled eggs with spicy ham and Monterey jack, and the five spice rolled oatmeal with blueberries and honey.

So Many Sandwich Options

If you’re trying to be healthy but still love the idea of eating a sandwich, Noble Sandwich has kept you in mind by offering all sandwiches made on gluten-free bread, in a lettuce wrap, or as a salad upon request. That being said, the best sandwiches on the menu are the smoked duck pastrami, which is super popular among this restaurant’s patrons, the knuckle sandwich (roast beef, horseradish, onions, and cheddar), and the Thai chicken with jalapeno-cabbage slaw and cilantro. If you’re a vegetarian, you’ll love the roasted tomato with mozzarella, mushrooms, spinach, and olives, or the pimento cheese with smoked green onions, romaine, and olive oil pickles.

Still Hungry?

If a sandwich isn’t enough to fill you up, feel free to order some of the amazing sides offered. The soup of the day is always delicious, and at $3 a cup, it’s worth the price. If it’s too hot for soup, try the jalapeno slaw, the chopped salad, the pork and beans, the country potato salad, or the TNP fresh pickles.

Patio, Yes; Alcohol, No

There’s outdoor seating at Noble Sandwich Co. if you love the idea of eating outdoors. However, if you’d like a beer to accompany your lunch, you’re out of luck as no alcohol is offered here. Additionally, make sure you keep in mind that this place closes at 5:00 PM Friday through Sunday, and 3:00 PM on the other days of the week. As such, don’t expect to go here for dinner—it’s only lunch and breakfast.

Quick, Easy, and Delicious

The service is fast and friendly at this restaurant—you order at the counter rather than with a tableside waiter—and if you’re looking for a quick lunch place, this is it. Whether you’re in a hurry or want to relax and enjoy your meal, Noble Sandwich Co. beats subway (and many other sandwich places in Austin), any day. Family friendly and great for everyone, you can also opt for take out if you’re in a rush.