April 20, 2011

Lunch @ Bauer Kitchen (again)

I wanted to try the sandwiches at Vincenzo's next door for a final, nicer lunch before my exams start. Unfortunately, we came at a bad time, and the grocery store was jam packed. We hopped over to the Bauer Kitchen, which was pretty filled up at this point as well. Luckily, we were able to snag a spot at one of the bar tables.
The Bauer Kitchen features a wide assortment of sandwiches on their lunch menu and I want to try them all! But so far, I haven't been able to tackle any one of them, because I'm always won over by their sandwich of the day.
On this day, the feature was a slow roasted pulled pork sandwich with coffee BBQ sauce and coleslaw on house-made cheddar ciabatta. As soon as I heard "pulled pork", I was sold! The meat was incredibly tender and moist, and the BBQ sauce was just to die for! The coleslaw provided a great crunch against the meat and dense bread. The combination resulted in one very rich and heavy sandwich! Eating a quarter was enough to fill me up! I packed half of the sandwich for a very delicious dinner that night.
We opted for a side romaine salad, with garlic anchovy dressing, Heidelberg double-smoked bacon, olive oil croutons and Parmigiano Reggiano. Loved the big slap of bacon on top!
The daily lunch special fish and chips, with house-made coleslaw, sweet potato frites and lemon tartar sauce. The fish was nicely fried, tender inside and crispy outside. We got more of the same wonderful coleslaw from the sandwich, which I loved even more on its own. I was really full from the meaty sandwich, so I only managed to eat very little fries, but it was very tasty. However, I didn't particularly care for the lemon tartar sauce.
All in all, I had another delicious lunch at the Bauer Kitchen! But next time I'd really like to try some of the sandwiches on their permanent menu.
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