Satisfying Comfort at The Corner
Craig LaBan reviews The Corner and finds that despite Scott Swiderski’s departure from the kitchen, John Taus has the kitchen humming along.
Some of the new additions are worth noting. Taus’ sliders now feature some killer pork belly, braised to tenderness then crisped on the plancha, to be layered with garlicky house-cured kraut and the grainy spark of homemade mustard.
That kraut – perhaps the next frontier in our charcuterie craze (à la Franzen’s The Corrections) – stars again on a gamed-up Reuben, the beer-infused rye bread layered with apple-smoked duck pastrami.
Two Bells – Very Good
The Corner offers American comfort food, served with sophisticated flair [Philadelphia Inquirer]
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