I was craving a hot pastrami sandwich, so I made a beeline for my fave, a juicy, mouthwatering and fatty cut at Katz’s Deli in New York.
Last Wednesday, it was grand to reconnect with the effervescent Mei Chan, who presided over Asia Roma’s annual Lunar New Year Party ushering in the Year of the Horse 4712. The restaurant/bar, located in New York Chinatown at 40 Mulberry St., features a menu of Italian-Asian cuisine and has a Karaoke lounge.
Today, I was in the mood for a good pastrami sandwich. I popped into The Shop at Andaz, located at the corner of 41st St. and 5th Ave, and discovered that several regular menu items -the Katz’s Pastrami Sandwich, the Chicken Schnitzel Sandwich, the Tomato Soup and the Turkey Chili Soup, are now available for takeout.
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The pork loin is wrapped in pork belly, highly seasoned with aromatic herbs and spices, garlic, sage, rosemary and wild fennel pollen in the classic Roman tradition, trussed up, then roasted for six hours.