No word on how long Humble Mumble sticks around at the Collective, but regulars to the pop-up can count on sandwiches like the Italian Job stuffed with salami, prosciutto, and soppressata on ciabatta bread and the Senator From Vermont with maple glazed ham, Vermont cheddar, apples, and pickled red onions here.
I also like the fact that the menu does change with an emphasis on seasonal, farm to table food.
Nods to Japanese culinary traditions include serving tamagoyaki Japanese shrimp and egg cake similar to an omelette, followed by dessert, like a roasted sesame ice cream sundae topped with miso rum caramel and Japanese sweet potato with a dusting of soybean flour, paired with konacha green tea.
A family-run business they adhere to local tradition and take great care to source products with the highest quality ingredients and taste.
Brittany was our server and recommended the filet steak and fries.
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