This sandwich, with a fried egg, cheese and green chili, appears to be a play on one of DMK Burger Bar’s burgers. It’s also a soggy mess and super unappealing. Also, important to note: Sliders are served on either a bun or rye bread (you don't get a choice), and the caraway didn't make sense on some sliders. I'd love to see more bread variety.
If you’d asked me in advance which sliders I would have pegged to be the most successful, I would have said the burgers—after all, this place is affiliated with DMK Burger Bar. All the burger patties could have used more seasoning, and here, the charred red onions gave the whole burger a burned taste.
The open-face tuna melt was made with cold tuna. I don’t know about you, but that’s not what I want on my tuna melts.
“It’s nice it’s not on rye bread!” was the best thing we could say about the slider, which was too salty.
This one was perplexing, because it looked nothing like the photograph and tasted nothing like banh mi. What we ate was reminiscent of moo shu pork topped with hoisin sauce, so proceed with caution.
Paper-thin slices of tomato and flavorless cheese make this one boring slider.
The hot brown is an open-face sandwich, one you probably want to use a knife and fork to eat. That makes eating this slider, which was too salty and covered in a gloppy cheese sauce, a mess.
Blue cheese dressing is for salads, not burgers. Add limp lettuce, and you've got a mediocre burger.