This sandwich was delicious and HUGE! But I guess you would expect a humongous sandwich for almost twenty bucks. The pastrami was SO flavorful and beautifully smoked. The mustard had a great tang. The rye bread wasn’t my favorite since I’ve had better elsewhere. This was definitely a two meal sandwich!
These pickles were great with a very interesting texture that I hadn’t experienced before. It’s hard to describe but it definitely wasn’t that of your typical pickle.
Pastrami, choucroute au champagne, gruyere, Thousand Island dressing and greens grilled on a ciabatta. Half sandwich and soup $9 Savour, Seattle WA
Mmm, this was a great tasty lunch for under ten bucks! The pastrami reuben was delicious and the choucroute au champagne was a nice twist. The French onion soup was also yummy and perfect for the cold day.
Tender pastrami with explosive chilies, celery, potato, green onions, roasted peanuts, and garnished with sesame seeds. $11 Mission Chinese Food, San Francisco
This dish is even hotter than their Ma Po Tofu! Perhaps it’s all the dried chili flakes that practically coat every piece in the dish. But it is VERY delicious. It has a wonderful smokiness and the variety in textures is absolutely fabulous. Another go-to dish of mine from Mission Chinese Food.
7×7 Magazine’s The Big Eat San Francisco: 100 Things to Eat + Drink Before You Die – 2014
February 1, 2014
You can really see how this dish has changed since my original post. Personally, I liked the original.