Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Boqueria Soho

10-25 Boqueria Soho
The sandwiches at Boqueria Soho for lunch have been on our list for awhile now. Ranging from $8 to $13, each sandwich comes with a mesclun salad and a small bowl of patatas bravas (classic fried potato tapas), making it a filling lunch option. The bocata moruno (lamb) was delicious, although the inherent nature of lamb cubes makes them a little tricky to eat in sandwich form. The bocata de Atun (tuna) could have been so awesome but sadly ours was poorly prepared. The outer crust of the bread made it difficult to bite into the sandwich without getting serious roof burn. The tuna and egg were skimpy and bland, and the capers missing entirely. We're going to assume this was a one time thing.
Boqueria Soho, 171 Spring St, NY, NY 10012 (btwn Thompson and Broadway)

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