Sep 10, 2010

News: Jack in the Box Testing Focaccia Sandwiches

Jack testing Focaccia Sandwiches
Looks like Jack in the Box is testing more premium sandwiches. This time though, instead of being grilled on artisan bread, Jack is testing Focaccia sandwiches (they're already used Ciabatta bread so why not?) in two varieties: Bruschetta Chicken and the Deli Deluxe.

Both sandwiches are being tested in out in Austin. The Bruschetta Chicken features bruschetta (duh), a chicken breast, Swiss cheese, lettuce, and mayo on toasted Focaccia bread. The Deli Deluxe appears to contain a trio of deli meats (ham, turkey, salami), cheese, pickles, tomatoes, lettuce, red onions, and creamy Italian sauce on toasted Focaccia bread.

Nutritional info not available for test items at Jack in the Box.


  1. Just finished a Deli Deluxe 10 minutes ago after a long day at work. Wow! Not just a good sandwich, it was a great sandwich. I didn't even order the meal. The sandwich alone more than satisfied my appetite. I honestly don't think the picture on the menu does it justice. The choice to use italian dressing instead of a heavy mayo or mustard made for a much lighter dining experience with a lot of fresh flavor from the produce (bib lettuce, red onion, tomatoes, and pickles) and hit the spot for the carnivore in me (thick slices of ham, turkey, and salami). Like I said before, there is no need to order this as a meal because the bread is more than enough carbs to fill my need for a starch because this sandwich was BIG. The really cool part was the bread didn't outsize the ingredients inside it. (you know, how a burger patty is dwarfed by the bun) If you live in Austin, I highly recommend you give it a try, $4.64 (tax included) for the sandwich alone.

  2. I had this combo meal tonight (deli deluxe) and it surpassed my expectations. There's the running joke that the sandwich/burger you get looks pathetic compared to its poster counterpart, but this wasn't so with mine (and I got it kind of late (9pm) when fast-food quality tends to decline...) It looked photo-ready.
    It's chock full of fresh flavor and the bread was heavenly! Definitely worth the price. :)

  3. Where in Austin?

  4. There was a coupon for the Focaccia sandwiches going around the was valid in Austin, TX only so it should, at the very least, be at most Austin, TX Jack in the Boxes.

  5. Travis in AustinSunday, January 22, 2012

    I had a BOGO coupon, Woz is correct it actually looks like the pictures and TASTES even better. this is a REALLY good sandwich for 4 bucks... hope they keep it


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