#32: Turkey Leg, Henry Public

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I’m not quite sure what made this sandwich so amazing. All I know is that I liked it. I liked it a lot.

I’ve had an alphabet of sandwiches in my life. Banh mi’s, BLT’s, BBQ and breakfast sandwiches. Cheese steaks, deli meats, eggplant parms, and falafels. But I had never had a sandwich like The Turkey Leg sandwich at Henry Public. While turkey is such a typical sandwich meat, there was nothing ordinary about this sandwich.

It was almost like a pulled-turkey sandwich, soaked in milk, covered with once crispy onions and flavored with a lot of salt and pepper. This was sandwiched in between two thick slabs of toast soaking up all the juice from the turkey. It was unbelievably awesome.

Sometimes I wonder, being that I know nothing about food, if my reviews are at all accurate. I was glad that I had my best friend John, a chef at Franny’s, sitting across the table from me, eating the exact same meal, to confirm the magnificence I was experiencing. The giant turkey covered smile on his face said it all.

Henry Public | 329 Henry Street and Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn

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