Next door to Jacques Torres lies Salumeria Rosi, the home of Anne Burrell’s to-go-to MEAT-FEST dish, the costina. By this point, we were losing both steam and sanity, so we wandered into the store and jumped on the first person we saw to order our Best Thing I Ever Ate delicacy.
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We wait at that counter for what seems like an eternity.
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“Costina!” we shout. To which he walks to the other end of the counter, picks up a Tupperware container, and hands it to us.
The Tupperware had been sitting there for at least 14 minutes.
Clearly, we’re not the sharpest knives in the drawer.
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And so we suppose Salumeria Rosi has proven that even food served in a Tupperware and eaten outside a subway station is capable of pleasing some (not-all-that-discerning) palates.
Salumeria Rosi’s Costina: 4 stars