Restaurants »Alidoro

alidoro sandwichTired on New York fuggedaboutit rudeness? Want to spice things up with a little European haughty service, the kind that doesn't even want to look at your ugly American face?

Try Alidoro, a tiny Soho sandwich spot that fortunately serves ten dollar sandwiches worth ever penny. The extensive menu of sandwich combinations, which you must order by name, is mouth watering reading. Each sandwich is served on either wheat or white bread – good Italian bread that may very well be the best I have had in the city, and the insides are all top quality ingredients, the whole key to making a mere sandwich into an experience.

I tried the Donatella on white: paper thin, non stringy prosciutto, a layer of fresh, fresh mozzarella, and a balsamic based extraordinary dressing. It was huge enough to make two lunches out of it, which softens the high price blow and somehow it managed to taste even better the next day.

Despite a cool reception from the staff, the place is quaint and the food delicious, so I will definitely go back to try other creations like the Pinocchio with prosciutto, sopressata, fresh mozzarella, sweet roasted peppers, and olive paste or the Frugoletto with sopressata, smoked mozzarella, artichokes, and arugula. Hmm, they sound so good maybe I'll go tomorrow.

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Posted on August 11, 2008

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