I admit, I love eating at The Rotunda, the restaurant at Neiman Marcus in San Francisco. My mom and I often go there when she visits, lunching alongside very posh people on very posh sandwiches. I spend most of the meal wondering: who are all these people and how do they have so much money? Before the meal, you get the traditional out-of-this-world popovers with strawberry butter. That's a lot of bread if you order a sandwich, but I manage. Last time, I had a bit of a hangover, and the croque madame was the perfect cure with its gruyère cheese, béchamel, fried egg, and asparagus I've also ordered the $28 lobster club. As you can see, the chef doesn't skimp on the lobster club. It's huge, with layers of lobster, avocado, bacon, and other goodness. But when I'm paying nearly $30 for a sandwich, I'd prefer it be perfectly made, and this one left something to be desired. It was poorly assembled and tasted surprisingly pedestrian. Next time I'm at Neiman, I'll order the croque madame — or just fill up on popovers.