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What I Ate: December 21, 2010 (The Noble Pig)

Posted 28 December, 2010 at 10:08pm by Michael Chu
(Filed under: Food, What I Ate)

Lunch: We drove back up to The Noble Pig (11815 620 N. Suite 4, Austin, TX (512) 382-6248) to try a couple more sandwiches. I had the Creole Catfish tomato tartar sauce, romaine & red onion ($8) which was cooked perfectly (nicely seasoned and super tender) and well balanced (great sauce, sturdy bread, crispy vegetables, and, of course, the wonderful fish).
The Noble Pig - Creole Catfish

Tina had the Thai Chicken with jalapeno-cabbage slaw and cilantro ($7) which was strongly flavored and also well balanced.
The Noble Pig - Thai Chicken

These two sandwiches reaffirmed my belief that The Noble Pig is making the best sandwiches in Austin.

Dinner: Homemade fresh fettuccine with sausage and arugula.
Homemade fresh fettuccine with sausage and arugula

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