The Southwest Chicken and Chicken Caesar options cost $8.49 in a combo with baby carrots, while the Avocado & Spinach Power Flat goes for $3.99, but I received all three courtesy of Corner Bakery.
The grilled chicken was plentiful. It came lightly-seasoned and was pretty moist with a nice, meaty texture.
The grilled flatbread offered an enjoyable soft, pillowy feel with a slightly crisped crust. It's folded tall rather than wide and fits rather well as the inner half of a sock puppet on your hand.
Like the Southwest version, there was a good amount of chicken and the produce was similarly fresh, although with a slightly different feel.
The multigrain flatbread was a little heartier than the regular flatbread but wasn't as texturally pleasing.
You can get it with salsa but they didn't offer it to me (and I forgot to ask). It definitely would have helped in the flavor department. I felt like I got more food in general with the panini version.
Overall, Corner Bakery's Grilled Flats were pretty good. The lunch/dinner Grilled Flats were better than the Breakfast Flat I tried, which could use a sauce.
Nutritional Info - Corner Bakery Southwest Chicken Power Flat
Calories - 270 (from Fat - 70)
Fat - 8g (Saturated Fat - 1.5g)
Sodium - 770mg
Carbs - 34g (Sugar - 6g)
Protein - 18g
Nutritional Info - Corner Bakery Chicken Caesar Grilled Flat
Calories - 330 (from Fat - 140)
Fat - 15g (Saturated Fat - 3g)
Sodium - 700mg
Carbs - 28g (Sugar - 4g)
Protein - 19g
Nutritional Info - Corner Bakery Avocado & Spinach Power Flat
Calories - 360 (from Fat - 180)
Fat - 20g (Saturated Fat - 7g)
Sodium - 600mg
Carbs - 28g (Sugar - 2g)
Protein - 19g