Worse Togo's in the Bay Area.
Togo's is known for its good sandwiches, fresh ingredients and excellent service. Unfortunately that dose not apply to the Togo's at the Oak Center.
For starters, the produce and meat taste more like preservatives and less like food. I expect this from a Subway but not from Togo's. Second; the staff is incredibly stupid. They never get the order right and you will always have to double check to see if they made the sandwich right.
De Anza students should just stick to the Dinning Hall on campus while other patrons should just go to Whole Foods for their lunch.
A variety of fresh-baked bread and healthy, wholesome ingredients define this sandwich chain's made-to-order creations..
The first Togo's opened in 1968 near California's San Jose State University, serving simple, sizeable sandwiches. Today, the same freshly prepared subs are ordered at the counter where diners choose their bread and toppings. Cold options include the signature avocado and turkey with all-white breast meat, and the Italian--salami, capicolla, mortadella, provolone and cotto. Popular hot subs include the pastrami, piled high with mustard. Veggie sandwiches, soups and salads round out the menu.
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