Cutty's Legendary Sandwich Menu Gains New, Eggy Additions
Today, national food blog Serious Eats declared this week “Cutty’s Week” in honor of cult-fave sandwich shop Cutty’s, promising to write about a different sandwich in the Brookline Village spot’s repertoire each day. Today’s post from the blog reveals an exciting bit of news: at long last, Cutty’s has finally debuted breakfast sandwiches. It’s about time.
Being Cutty’s, of course, these aren’t your average bacon-egg-and-cheeses. For pig lovers, there’s a sandwich stuffed with fresh eggs, ham, cheese, pickles and coffee-laced “red eye mayo” on a huge, pork fat-enhanced biscuit. There’s also a brioche version, filled with a fried egg, cheese, potato chips (!!) and truffle ketchup. Rounding out the mix is more basic brioche ‘wich, which contains sharp cheddar, egg and spicy mayo; add-ons like swiss chard and bacon are also available to dress it up.
It’s too early to tell, but we have a feeling that the above concoctions are already contenders for some of the best breakfast sandwiches in town. We’ll be stopping by ASAP. [Serious Eats]
(Cutty’s, 284 Washington Street, Brookline Village, 617-505-1844)
Source URL: http://www.bostonmagazine.com/restaurants/blog/2011/10/10/cuttys-legendary-sandwich-menu-gains-new-eggy-additions/