I've eaten lunch here 3 times so far. The sandwiches are very good but basic: bread, a sauce/dressing and meat. No lettuce, tomatoes, onions or anything like that. So, when they say Meat & Bread, they mean it.
Despite the simplicity of the sandwiches, they are mostly flavourful and delicious. I had the porchetta sandwich, but, didn't enjoy it as much because it just had too much fat and gristle in it. I also found the flavour to be a little gamey. I had the Meatball sandwich twice, which is my favourite. Nice and spicy! Only problem is that eating this sandwich is incredibly messy because the meatball is broken up into small pieces which just falls out of the bread too easily. After the first bite, I had more meatball on my "plate" (actually a plank of wood) than between the two slices of bread. So, you constantly have to stuff the meatball meat back inside after every bite. If they sliced the meatballs instead of smashing them up, that would make it a lot less messy to eat.
For eating on the premises, the only option is a long communal table along with a short counter with a few stools. Most everyone I know, including me, hates this cafeteria style of eating at long communal tables which seems to be popular lately at trendy food joints.
The value of their food is not necessarily in the presentation or even taste, I think it's mostly because they claim to use organic, sustainable ingredients in their sandwiches, which as we know always comes at a premium price. If it weren't for that, I'd find the prices a tad high for these meat-filled sandwiches.