|Menu in the background (as of late September 2011)|
They have an array of sandwich choices here. I went with the pulled pork sandwich ($8): pulled pork, apple-cabbage slaw, pickles, and stone ground mustard inside a poppy-seed burger bun. All orders come with a side of kettle chips (which I did not take a picture of).
|Pulled pork sandwich with apple-cabbage slaw, pickles, and stone ground mustard|
|Getting a shot of the cross-section|
A nice portion of juicy, flavorful pulled pork in this one. Every time I bit into the sandwich, the pork tried to escape, but nothing gets past my voracious appetite. A little bit of pickle in there dished out some tang on the palate. I thought the stone ground mustard was an excellent choice. The army of mustard seeds made my eyes do a double-take: "Is that mustard seeds? Awesome!"
The bun was firm and had a lovely crunch from the toasting process. However, I found it a bit dense for my liking. It's also something about poppy seeds that interests me a great deal -- and not because you can get a positive drug test result from consuming too much of it.
The slaw was fine, but there wasn't much of it. Furthermore, I did not catch much apple in there, not in flavor or texture. Finally, that was one small $8 sandwich. A larger portion would be nice.
Overall, Bunk made a nice first impression on two fronts: good food and a packed house. I would love to try some of their other creations in the future.