Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Urban Table's pork schnitzel is a good piece of pig

Posted by on Tue, Aug 9, 2011 at 10:30 AM

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The pork tenderloin's days may be numbered if Urban Table (8232 Mission) keeps knocking out sandwiches like its pork schnitzel.

The Prairie Village restaurant, the latest from Bread & Butter Concepts (the team behind BRGR), opened on Monday, August 1, in Corinth Square. And four days later, I found myself with two hands around the pork schnitzel sandwich while sitting in the restaurant's enclosed patio.

Urban Table calls its sandwiches "sammies" and serves them with a side of house-made chips, shoestring potatoes or a garden salad. The chips were thin and dark-roasted with a satisfying snap and dusting of salt. The pork schnitzel has breaded pork, caraway braised cabbage, pickled apples and spicy mustard. It's salty, sweet and crunchy without being heavy.

On a side note, Urban Table doesn't have highchairs, although booster seats are in the works. So, families will small kids might find dining a challenge — the bench seats on the enclosed patio are a decent option. Those without children (or tolerance for toddlers) might take advantage of the dining room before the booster seats arrive. Be sure and order the polenta fries as an appetizer — crispy fried sticks of cornmeal that you won't want to share.

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