100 Favorite Dishes

100 Favorite Dishes: Sliders From Zed451

As a countdown to the Best Of Broward Palm Beach 2010, coming in May, Clean Plate Charlie is serving up a hundred of our favorite dishes in South Florida. Send your own nominations to [email protected]


No. 80: Sliders From Zed451

What's more surprising than a Brazilian-themed steak joint serving a slider? Perhaps that those sliders are actually some of the tastiest, most inventive around. It all starts with a sweet, toasted brioche bun. Then comes the patty: Instead of using ground beef, Zed451 forms a burger out of chopped pieces of steak. The resulting sandwich has the texture of a steak sandwich with the flavor and taste of a slider. It's topped with crisp, fried onion rings and crunchy bread and butter pickles, and you can optionally get Cajun bacon and smoked Gouda to boot. Now that's a slider.

Previous 100 Favorite Dishes:
No. 81: Cowboy urger from Charm City
No. 82: Corn fritters from Park Avenue BBQ & Grill
No. 83: Milk shake from Jaxson's
No. 84: Chicken from La Granja
No. 85: Kimchi stew from Yama Japanese & Korean
No. 86: Prosciutto roma sub from My Market
No. 87: Anticuchos from Taurus Steakhouse
No. 88: Goat cheese cheesecake from Satoro
No. 89: Pink vanilla cupcake from House of Sweets
No. 90: Skirt steak executive lunch from Beefeater Steakhouse
No. 91: Baby bok choy from Marumi Sushi
No. 92: Beer muenster cheese soup from Big Bear
No. 93: Chopped pork sandwich from Georgia Pig
No. 94: Cannoli from Mona Lisa Coal Oven Pizza
No. 95: Cheeseburger from Le Tub
No. 96: LaSpada's Italian special hoagie
No. 97: Frito Misto from Sublime
No. 98: Chicharron tacos from Tacos al Carbon
No. 99: Primanti Bros. sandwich
No. 100: Chicken wings from Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza

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