Lunch at Flour Bakery and Cafe, Cambridge

So, now that I have settled into my new work “home” in Kendall Square, I think it is high time I share some of the amazing food I have been eating on this side of the river.

Flour Bakery and Cafe

This may be a Boston foodie sin, but I admit that before this lunch I had only been to Flour Cafe + Bakery twice. Both times I indulged in the brioche al sucre…which is unbelievable! But the prowess of Joanne Chang┬áis world renown, so I won’t go into that. The big question is, how is their lunch?

Luckily Liz of Eating Places joined me for lunch, so we were able to try out 2 of the amazing sounding sandwiches on Flour’s menu.

Roasted Lamb w/ tomato chutney, goat cheese and greens – This sandwich was a perfect combination. The lamb was sliced almost paper-thin, and the play of the tomato chutney and goat cheese gave it a tang while also keeping a delicious richness. This sandwich was also much lighter than I thought it would be.
See my favorite dishes at this restaurant on Tasted Menu

Grilled Portobello Melt w/ mozzarella, roast tomato and basil pesto – This sandwich was actually heavier than I expected….and more delicious than I expected. Served Panini style, the flavors melded together for something unexpected and amazing. However, because it was heavier than expected, I would not have been able to eat an entire one of these, the half was perfect.
See my favorite dishes at this restaurant on Tasted Menu

Overall, Flour 100% met my lofty expectations. I look forward to working my way through the entire sandwich selection!
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2 thoughts on “Lunch at Flour Bakery and Cafe, Cambridge

  1. My mom loves the lamb sandwich and requests we go to Flour to get one any time she’s in town. I love the BLT and tomato-mozzarella sandwiches, but I’ve tried almost all of them and have enjoyed every one I’ve had.

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