Second time in Durham, second time at Parker & Otis. The place is rustic, charming, and full of fun little trinkets. It’s a place where you find yourself meandering through the aisles of goodies but end up leaving with nothing. A bar of chocolate was $7. Enough said.
The food, on the other hand, is decently priced. I split two sandwiches and three sides with LAW. Pictured here is the turkey and Stonewall Kitchen mango chutney sandwich with bacon, lettuce, red onion, mayo, and yellow cheddar on sourdough ($7.99). The ratios of their sandwiches are not quite my ideal because they give waaaay too much meat for the thin slices of bread that they use. The turkey was decent though a little dry and the sourdough was also just meh. The mango chutney, on the other hand, was delicious! It was sweet, slightly spiced, and added a great kick to the sandwich. Bacon was crispy and not too fatty, giving the sandwich a little texture. Though, the best bacon in a sandwich can be found in my last post: Fosters Market. Continue reading Parker & Otis