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Mongers Market + Kitchen

4119 Guadalupe St., 512/215-8972

John Anderson

East Coast oysters are plump and mild, and the tuna ceviche is bright from kabosu and ginger. A burrata panzanella is unorthodox but shows range. The Grilled Little Gem deconstructs Caesar salad, but is nowhere near as boring as that implies. Tangy Alabama fried green tomatoes shine in a greaseless crab cake "sammy."
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Chronicle Reviews

Mongers Market + Kitchen

Inconsistency mars neighborhood haunt

Brandon Watson, June 4, 2015

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