I had the La Cubana ($9.25) with smoked honey ham, chorizo, house made pickles, swiss cheese, and yellow mustard. It's hard to mess up panini, I think, but both of our sandwiches were appropriately crisp on the outside and melty and cheesy on the inside. In mine, the pickles were crunchy and tasty. Coupled with the mustard, they were a tangy accompaniment to the smoky meat and mellow cheese. The Room wasn't really messing with the original recipe, but, they did it just fine. I also had the seasonal salad—the waitress told me that for now, it was apples, feta, and walnuts tossed in a vinaigrette dressing on a bed of spinach. The vinaigrette was a little bland, but the feta and apples mixed the salty with the tangy and sweet, giving it some extra umph. The paninis come with either chips or fruit. I opted for kettle chips, because the holiday season isn't over yet—might as well indulge for a little longer.