For such a little spot in central Phoenix, Ladybug House of Sandwiches sure has a huge selection of sandwiches. These basic meals, with about 30 to choose from, range from the Charlie Brown, with roast beef, provolone and sprouts, to the T.J., with honey cured ham and jalapeños.
Each sandwich is served with chips and may be made on your choice from a dozen types of breads, or into a wrap. No sandwich is more than $6.75, and there's also a daily special for the same price, which gets you half a sandwich, a side and a drink. There are also salads available.
We got the Veggie Deluxe ($5.75), with avocado, onion, tomato, lettuce, sprouts and cucumber. It was delicious, healthy and filling.
And, perhaps the best part, if you work near the eatery, they'll deliver for free. The ladybug decor is cute if you stop in, though.
There are only a few small tables inside, but the spot also has a patio. Ladybug House of Sandwiches is open for lunch only.
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