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April 1st, 2009 12:00 am HENRY STERN | Food Reviews & Stories

Eat Mobile 2009


Affable couple running the cart with speedy service? Czech. Tasty food and plentiful servings? Czech. Silly puns? Czech. But really, when the cart has a sign that reads “Czech out Czech food,” how can you resist? Devour Tábor’s signature Schnitzelwich, a $6.50 mouth-stuffer of seasoned pork loin or chicken breast jammed into a Grand Central Bakery ciabatta roll with a wonderful breath-killing mix of paprika, sautéed onions and horseradish. Also filling is a 10-inch Bramborak: a potato pancake fried in olive oil. Uh, Czech it out.
BEST BITE: The Schnitzelwich.
CHEAPEST BITE: Bramborak, $4.

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