Local Au Bon Pain Makes Consumerist Headlines

According to Consumerist, maybe you ought to avoid the Au Boin Pain at M & 19th:

1 medium cup (only 2/3 filled) of lukewarm chicken noodle soup. The bits of chicken were actually cold (icy, even — do you guys freeze it?) … 1 Southwest Tuna Wrap, overflowing — literally — with chili-dijon spread. Thinking about it makes me want to gag. The “lahvash wrap” tasted like cardboard and was beyond stale. The whole sandwich fell apart on my plate, leaving just a disgusting mess…

I’ve had some weird stuff at chain-eateries in DC, but never anything this bad. Do you have a downtown lunch disaster story? Let us know in the comments.

This post appeared in its original form at DC Metblogs

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