I've been feeling rather nostalgic lately.
The Patacones at the short-lived Pana's Cafe on Scarsdale. One of the tastiest sandwiches I've ever had in my life.
The Chicago Italian Beef with hot gardiniera at JC's Chicago Deli on Spencer Highway in La Porte. Regulation Vienna Beef provisions, put together right. I could also mention the Chicago Italian Beef at the short-lived Troy's Dawg House Grill on Live Oak, made with Troy's own recipe for Italian Beef but sadly I don't have a picture. Troy's was better but JC's was the second best I've ever had in Houston.
The Breaded Pork Tenderloin sandwich at the shuttered Heights Camphouse Barbecue (they called it a Pork Burger). The famous Midwestern sandwich; a portion of pork (sirloin is often used but it should be tenderloin), flattened, breaded and fried like CFS.
The Olajuwon Special at Kahn's.