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Mondo -- Town of Sonoma


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Mondo -- Town of Sonoma

dkenworthy | | Jul 24, 2008 03:42 PM

Based on cyberoo's recommendation for the pulled pork sandwich I stopped there for lunch today with my husband. We had a good lunch, I thought a little pricey for the quality. I had the pulled pork sandwich, $9.50. Came on a plate with a piece of dill pickle (good). Nice bun, good coleslaw, very good, smokey pulled pork, chipotle bbq sauce (not to my taste). Husband had an angus burger w/ grilled onions, bacon, and Pt. Reyes blue cheese, same chipotle bbq sauce, $11. Same presentation as pulled pork. Very good burger, asked for medium, came well, but not dried out. They have a multitude of sides, we had the onion rings, $4.50. Was surprised that they couldn't offer Tabasco with the ketchup (I always doctor my ketchup with Tabasco for a little more zing). They were quite good if you like the thick ring style, quite salty, but that's okay with me when it comes to junk food. Nice beer selection, we had 2 drafts at $4 apiece. W/o tip, lunch came to $36, we had plenty of food but not much variety. I would prefer slightly smaller sandwiches with a side included to the big sandwich all alone on a plate. I would go back since I am local, would avoid the bbq sauce, probably order a couple of starters rather than one of the sandwiches. Service was friendly, the kitchen was a little slow, but not horribly so.

875 West Napa Street, Sonoma, CA 95476

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