Best sandwiches, also the cheapest!
No kidding! Ty-coz (pronounced "Tee-Coe's") Sandwiches of several choices of high quality meats and cheeses, on fresh, hot, French baguettes. Prices starting @ 15 pesos for the "economica", which is a slim, foot-long baguette with turkey ham, salami, and cheese, with olive oil dressing, a whole chipotle pepper and some jalepeno slices, on the side. I believe the most expensive was a large sandwich (the size of 2 economicas) for about 65 pesos. I went to the one in the Hotel zone, just past Poc-ta-Pok Golf course, in a strip mall, coming fron El Centro. If driving, turn right, onto Ave.Quetzal, then an immidiate left, and park @ the side/back. This place closes in the early p.m., but the other location on Hwy 307, south of el Centro, stays open til 10:00 p.m.