It's normally $8.49 for a whole sandwich, but they were sampling it and I got a half sandwich for free. It came with a pickle spear and chips.
The Spicy Asian Pork Sandwich is only available at select locations and seems to be Corner Bakery's take on a Vietnamese banh mi.
The lone sprig of cilantro added the requisite fresh flavor and can also easily be removed with how they present the sandwich.
The pork offered a nice, meaty, lightly-seasoned taste and tender texture. They seemed to have tossed it in the Asian barbecue sauce, which added a soy sauce-based sweetness and tanginess. They also gave me a cup of it on the side, but what was already on the meat was a good amount.
The bread was very lightly toasted and too dense and soft for this style of sandwich (if that's what they're going for). Regardless of what they were going for, a light, crusty baguette would have set off nicely against the heavier ingredients, or maybe at least more time in the toaster for the bread they went with.
Overall, I enjoyed Corner Bakery Cafe's Spicy Pork Sandwich, especially the pork, but the jalapeno slices and bread didn't quite fit for me and felt a bit pigeon-holed.