It's not a very large place; I counted 13 tables. Obviously, it's a popular lunch spot, because when we arrived, the line extended all the way to the entrance. Customers orders were taken and filled very quickly, and I took this shot of the deli counter just before I left.
I had to take a close up of my sandwich so you could get a better idea of how huge it was! It was delicious, although it could have used some more mustard. Apparently, only one slice of bread was spread with mustard; I really would have loved to have the meat dripping with it! The pickle, coleslaw, and potato salad were equally tasty! Needless to say, there were leftovers to take home! The restaurant provides plenty of sandwich wrap and paper bags for toting leftovers.
The picture above comes from what I believe is the owner's My Space Page. It's not a typical restaurant website, but it does have some photos of the wonderful deli meats available. All their meats are prepared on site, and the sandwiches are made on your choice of fresh white, wheat, rye, marble rye, or bulky rolls. There are also an assortment of cold softdrinks, juices, and bottled water available.
There are Full Belly Delis in California, Connecticut, New York, as well as Portland and Northeast Harbor, Maine, but there doesn't appear to be any connection between them, other than the common name. The logos and menus are different.
I know we will go back to the one in Portland; it was just too good not to!