It's not a bad sandwich if you're in a hurry
GooglePlace - January 2017
They are the worst bad Customer relationship management don't Care
GooglePlace - November 2016
The quality is inconsistent and depends on who makes the sandwich (stingy with meat). There is no WiFi. It costs ~$12 for a large sandwich and small drink. The meat is highly processed, not plain shredded chicken or turkey. The lines are usually short. Annoying elevator music is pipped in the background. It is still better than Subway.
GooglePlace - December 2015
I used to eat at Togo's all the time when I lived in the suburbs. I knew there was one out on 16th Street but just recently realized that there was one near downtown. It's a trek from my office but well worth it. It's not the highest quality ingredients, I know, but there is just something about these sandwiches that has me coming back time and time again. It's a lot of food for a reasonable price. And they share the space with Baskin Robbins if you are looking for a sweet treat after!
GooglePlace - May 2014
I've been eating at Togo's for almost 20 years. I used to live in San Jose and visit the locations down there. Now that I'm in SF, I was relieved to find this location which is within walking distance of my job in the Financial District. As with all their locations, this Togo's has an excellent selection of sandwiches which are all made with fresh, delicious ingredients. I've never understood why it is Subway that is more popular. The quality of Togo's sandwiches beats Subway hands down. This particular location is great also because of the dining area which has plenty of seating and also the staff is very friendly. I probably come here once or twice a week.
GooglePlace - October 2013