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NOSH Eclectic Foodstuffs

2812 Erwin Road, Suite 101, Durham, NC - (919) 383-4747
Posted By Maria Carter on 2/17/2013 12:06:00 PM
Zooming thru Durham, I needed a bite. A quick phone search turned up Nosh, a very boho-cute college hangout with burgers, sandwiches, wraps, and salads (they also have breakfast, but I was there for lunch).

Ordered "The Robinson," a half-pound of Angus ground chuck with white cheddar, maple pepper bacon, lettuce, tomato, red onion, and mayo on an old-fashioned bun. I chose to add some sauteed onions to this beauty and it was fantastic. It comes with a choice of sides. As I'd just overindulged for the holidays, I reluctantly avoided the fries and went with the curried couscous with almonds, an excellent alternative.

Then, having just been angelic in my choice of sides, I blew it all to heck with a slice of the outstanding peanut butter pie. OMG really doesn't cover it.

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3 - Overall: Excellent - Worth a Detour
Overall: Excellent - Worth a Detour
Peanut Butter Pie
Curried Couscous w Almonds
Robinson Burger
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A Robinson Burger with couscous; quite nice. I added the grilled onions and some Dijon mustard.
"A Robinson Burger with couscous; quite nice. I added the grilled onions and some Dijon mustard."
Maria Carter





Got my slice of peanut butter pier to go for the drive. Ended up sitting in the lot as I was enjoying the pie too much to multi-task!
"Got my slice of peanut butter pier to go for the drive. Ended up sitting in the lot as I was enjoying the pie too much to multi-task!"
Maria Carter


NOSH hides round back of a multi-use condo/retail space.
"NOSH hides round back of a multi-use condo/retail space."
Maria Carter



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