Tuesday, April 21, 2009
The Nosh Bar was a well known salt beef bar at 39 Great Windmill Street, London, for over forty years, opening in 1944 by Phil Rabin and finally closing in the late eighties. It re-opened in 2009 after an absence of almost 20 years by the Jonas family.
I have to agree with food critic Dan Young who has specific domain expertise on Jewish Deli food "To describe the thick, moist, fat-glistening, hand-cut slices of cured salt beef as “tender” is to do their singularity an injustice."
Today I had not one but two Salt Beef Sandwiches on Rye for research purposes of course.
The meat was really outstanding ( sourced from Hensons ) as was the Rye Bread ( sourced from Gavins)
Carry on the good work lads and keep the quality up !