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June 26th, 2007 12:00 am Miriam Wolf | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2007


The art of the sandwich is alive and well at Tabor Authentic Czech Eatery a food cart nestled into the Southwest 5th and Stark Street grouping. The Schnitzelwich ($5) starts with a pounded-thin pork loin (or chicken breast) breaded fried and slipped into a toothsome ciabatta roll with lettuce and piquant condiments including paprika spread and horseradish. The bold complex flavors and fresh ingredients delight your taste buds and vegetarians need not feel left out. Proprietors Karel and Monika Vitek also offer a breaded eggplant sandwich ($5.50) that's as delish as its meatier brethren as well as an herbaceous plate-sized potato pancake ($3). And—for those who are cavalier about their hearts—a pan-fried cheese sandwich ($5).

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