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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Stable Cafe's Pomba, a Lovely Vehicle for Bacon

Posted By on Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 9:00 AM

Stable Cafe's pomba ($6) is a well-executed take on the classic egg-in-the-hole dish, made more gluttonous with the crucial addition of a piece of bacon and generous slice of brie on top. We cut the whole thing into pieces, but the button of hollowed-out bread is thoughtfully included in case you want to attempt to devour a runny sandwich. The pomba is only available at breakfast, but might well be on the minds of carb-lovers all day.

Stable Cafe 2128 Folsom (at 17th St), 552-1199

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