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Ridiculous. This is how I rate this place. I went in because we saw it in the Boston Mag. We ordered three sandwiches. An outstanding pastrami on crispy and buttery rye. A delicious, herbacious, spicy bahn mi and mustardy cubano with roasted pork, not sliced. All three were excellent and I am really just not a sandwich person or sandwiches just sucked growing up. They don't here.
While we waited I tried half a dozen salami's and bought a few. All made in house. I tried an excellent spicy sopresosata, a great salami with ghost peppers in it, but not very spicy, a very very salami spread, a classic french with white wine and lastly fennel and orange peel salami. We purchased the last two as my wife doesn't like that much spice, but they were all amazing.
Lastly, we bought some of the chicken liver pate which normally is too strong for me, but this was light and flavorful and amazing.
This is a great place to explore and discover. One of the things i really liked to see was that there was one guy working the counter and three chefs in the kitchen. Chef driven? I'd say so.
I almost forgot, I winced on the inside at the "truffled" potato chips, but they were so good that I nearly finished the bag before I hit the door. Made every morning.
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