Our Man Sietsema: 'Would it Be Boner-Like?'
As a pupusa enthusiast, I might have actually let out an audible Homer Simpson-esque groan when reading Sietsema's description of a khatchapuri in today's review of Tamada, a Georgian Sheepshead Bay spot:
Looking like a giant Salvadoran pupusa, the khatchapuri ($8) was spectacular. When we cut the bulging flat bread with a knife, salty and buttery suluguni cheese oozed anemically from the wound.
Our Man also recommends the chackapuli, an herb-intensive veal stew, the french fries, which are smothered in sauteed mushrooms and dill, chicken tabaka, and for the timid, kabobs. And he even gives a little Georgian history lesson, in which he uses the phrase "humongously mustachioed gentlemen."
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