nsenada is unable to resist the Pig Pile sandwich at newly opened Eat Kitchen. It starts with a ciabatta bun loaded with homemade pulled pork, which is then topped with macaroni and cheese. 9lives thinks it is worth the $8 price tag and appreciates the warmed bread, even if the pork “could have used more spice.”
After a second visit, nsenada is also excited about the Cruncher. “It’s brisket braised in carrots and broth, with two slices of cheddar melted on top, then topped with a homemade vinegar-based slaw, dill pickle slices, and horseradish mayo, served on a baguette.” All of this adds up to “more than the sum of its parts, flavor-wise,” and it may be his new favorite.
In addition to hot specialty sandwiches, Eat Kitchen also has a range of cold sandwiches, salads, and snacks.
Eat Kitchen [Downtown Crossing]
260 Washington Street, Boston