Stacey: I selected A Spot of Tea, a famous place located in Mobile and-
Rob: I'm getting to it. Gotta finish up the introduction after all. Tuna Salad. Tuuuna. There. I'm done. Let's eat tuna AGAIN! WOOOOOOHOOOOO! Brain food! I am psyched!!!
Stacey: Tuna Salad on a croissant with Country Style potatoes: 10.74 with tax. (7.99 sandwich only, 8.79 with tax)
Rob: Tuna Salad "sandwich" with Fries and a Coke: 6.39. 6.95 with tax.
Stacey: As you can see, A Spot Of Tea is a nice place. The atmosphere very pleasant and my guest-
Stacey: I'm sorry. Who?
Stacey: It was great! Took a while to get there and the sandwich is a bit overpriced for the taste of it, which was just okay. But the staff was friendly and our food arrived in minutes. And the potatoes they served were very good, I liked them better than the sandwich actually.
Stacey: Wait a minute, that's Wendy's.
Rob: Clearly not. Look at the bag. They sell tuna salad sandwiches, not burgers.
Rob: Tuna. Anyway. The tuna was moist and very beefy, the bun fresh and the cheese and bacon a nice compliment to the tuna-ness of the whole burger. The Natural Cut Fries with Sea Salt-
Stacey: Yeah, I've seen the NATIONAL commercial for them.
Rob: I'm surprised our local Wendy's would advertise nationally, but anyway they were nothing special. I don't get the hype. Pics: