I was able to get my hands on two Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches this week, one at a place I had been before, Casey Jones grill, and the other at a place just down the street from my workplace called "The Other Q."
Casey Jones, I am happy to report is consistant with the Pork Tenderloin, that is, it was just as juicy and delicious as it was last time I was there. The hot wings are pretty tasty as well.
Unfortunately, "The Other Q" was not as impressive. I didn't have my camera with this day so I will be going back for a second chance. I did hear the waitress explaining where some things were to the cook, so in all fairness, this guy probably was not their normal cook. The Tenderloin actually would have been much better had it been plucked from it's hot oil bath about a minute sooner.
This restaurant has a lot going for it, with it's obvious midwestern, down home feel inside. lot's of wood, a pool table, nearly every species of animal that one is allowed to hunt hanging from the walls and friendly wait staff. Something very strange about the place though is that it doesn't have any windows. After spending 45 minutes in the place and then going back out into the mid day Arizona sun amounts to pure torture.
I went by later in the day to take an exterior shot, but I'll have to get back this coming week to give the place another try 'cause the sandwich had potential! By the way, I also do not know the story surrounding the odd name for the place, another reason to hit it again.Hey Davydd, way to go getting the press coverage. I think it's high time we anoint you the Grand Poobah of the Loyal Order of Breaded Pork Tenderloin Affectionados!