But there were odd inconsistencies here, in the same vein of Twist's seeming identity crisis. Neither of the paninis were actually paninis—while the bread on the turkey chipotle panini was warm, neither sandwich had been toasted on a panini press. For the sandwiches, the menu clearly says, "All of our sandwiches are served à la carte, so feel free to choose an additional tasty side," but we received sides with both of them on different visits. During the first visit, the waitress asked if hash browns were OK to bring out with the prosciutto panini, while on the next visit I received fries with the turkey chipotle panini. The sides didn't show up separately on either check, so they presumably were, in fact, included as a meal with the sandwich. I was happy to get the sides with the sandwiches, though, especially the hash browns, which had a satisfyingly crispy exterior. Another weird quirk of the menu: Under the burgers were two lists of dairy topping possibilities for your burgers, "cheese" (American, Swiss, provolone, aged white cheddar, Monterey jack) and "fromage" (mozzarella, bleu, Gruyère, feta, and smoked gouda). I guess the foreign and the domestic dairy products didn't want to co-mingle.