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Would you buy a $185 sandwich?

Would you buy a $185 sandwich?

New Yorkers were gifted a new stunt dish to pontificate over, rant about, and for a select few masters of the universe, maybe even eat. A Financial District cubbyhole of a sandwich shop called Don Wagyu opened, asking potential customers: Would you spend $185 on a sandwich? The shop serves Tokyo's very high-end katsu "sando," and its lighthouse for local Wall Street whales is its $185 sandwich. Don Wagyu is owned by Derek Feldman of Uchu, where the chef Samuel Clonts serves a grilled wagyu katsu sando as part of his very expensive omakase. The menu's three options are the $28 Washugyu, as entry level as an East Village studio apartment; the A5 Miyazaki Wagyu for $85; and the $185 A5 Ozaki, the trophy-wich.

As reported on the GRUB STREET website – EAT MORE!

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