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Israeli Style Deli “Toastie” Opens Inside New Paprika Restaurant in NYC

The brand new Israeli restaurant, Paprika, located next to the Stern College for Women dorms on 34th street now has a restaurant-within-a-restaurant within its space: Toastie.

The concept behind Toastie is already popularized in fast food places all over Israel known as “sudduch”: a special baguette-like bun, an array of deli meat and special sauces, toasted on a flat sandwich griddle. Bringing an Israeli twist to the classic deli sandwich with premium cut deli, sweet baguette bread imported from Israel, and rich sauces – all panini pressed to a crispy perfection.

Consider them deli sandwiches, served hot, on crunchy bread, with a side of pickled cabbage & tomato. You can order your Toastie online as well.

Also on the menu is something called a Nishnush – a sort of snack that one can order while waiting for their toastie – one grilled beef hot dog sliced up with garlic mayo, sweet chili, and pesto sauce drizzled over it.

Menu is fairly simple:
  • Regular Toastie (up to 3 meats, up to 3 sauces): $9.50
  • Toastie Extra (unlimited meats and sauces): $13.99
  • Nishnush: $2.99

Toastie plans on being open at 11am M-F (12pm on Sunday) for lunch, and staying open uber-late most nights, until 2am.

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