-3 Snaps! Try it. You might like it.
Mott and Hester is not easy to find, especially from busy South Dale Mabry highway. It's a small place with a counter service sandwich deli serving some take out salads, casseroles including macaroni and cheese and spinach artichoke casserole, and some house made dry pasta. It's in a tough neighborhood as it is surrounded by many eateries, including Wright's Deli across the street. The interior is decorated with family photos and some sports memorabilia. The decor is bright and modern.
We order the Palma Ceia Reuben ($9.75)- grilled Turkey, melted Swiss, 1000 island dressing, and sauerkraut. There was a challenge in that only half the dish had sauerkraut on it and not much dressing. The bottom bread was soggy from the ingredients, and should have been toasted longer. We also ordered the Sunny Saturday Special ($10.85)- Hot ham and turkey served on pressed Cuban bread with melted cheddar cheese and smear of dill sauce. It's good. The bread is fairly crispy on the outside (they could use some lessons from Alessi) and the ingredients blend nicely.
Friendly talkative staff and fairly clean interior. Oddly enough the sandwich menu board has no prices on it. The 2 sandwiches and 2 fountain drinks were $26.
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