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2010_09_salume.jpgIn lieu of Plattypants, the Robs files an Underground Gourmet review on Salumè, a new sandwich shop in Soho. They give it three stars: "Horseradish is an underappreciated condiment, and lends just enough bite to enliven a fluffy arrangement of shaved Prague prosciutto, creamy Fontina, and ripe tomato in the Trieste ($11). Tartar sauce has a life outside the fish-and-chips shop—namely, slathered underneath sliced fennel and sharp Gorgonzola on the quirky but tasty Bellagio ($9.50)." [NYM]

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