Monday, October 22, 2012

Harry G's N.Y. Deli

Today Mac D and I went to Harry G's over in the South Wedge for our tri-weekly lunch.  I usually start with the main meal, but these mini red velvet cakes were delightful, and at only $1, who could go wrong?

I had a half Kasha: grilled chicken with portobello mushrooms, provolone, lettuce, tomato, and pesto mayo.  It was absolutely delicious.  The chicken was extremely flavorful, and everything balanced nicely.  I always say the roll makes the sub, and here the roll is delicious.  

The whole reason we went to Harry G's in the first place was Mac D's craving for this reuben.  He reports it as being delicious.  In fact, it's one of the things this place is known for, so if you like that sort of thing you should definitely check it out.

I ordered the macaroni salad with it, but to be honest I didn't even need it; the sub was that good.  The mac salad was pretty good, but a bit sweet for my taste.  I will note, however, that this is purely a preference thing, and not a quality thing.  The one thing that would have improved it, though, is not overcooking the noodles.  All in all I give Harry G's 4.5 stars, so go have some lunch there!

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