I have never heard this word spoken/ My Israeli friends seem to always use the Hebrew transliteration of the English word sandwhich
is very common,
but if you want to read a menu you should know כריך
i've seen carich only on an aroma menu lol
Yesh li karikh.
A geresh (') is proper at the end of this word, to indicate that the צ should be pronounced 'ch' and not 'tz'.
But its ך, not ץ
Catistsk means for the other and more commonly spoken translation of sandwich, being סנדוויץ׳
I just realized that the כ and ר look like and are pronounced similarly to English C and R... I'm late i know