Caviar sandwich returns to Grand Central Terminal restaurant

NEW YORK — An affordable way for New Yorkers to eat caviar is back on the menu at a Grand Central Terminal restaurant.

The caviar sandwich, priced under $15 dollars, briefly disappeared from the Oyster Bar's menu several months ago after the cost of bowfin caviar soared. Executive Chef Sandy Ingber tells The Wall Street Journal that the options were to either get rid of the sandwich or increase the price.

Ingber says the item was reinstated two weeks ago after he found another source of low-cost caviar in Boston.

The caviar sandwich is served with chopped hard-boiled eggs on toasted white bread.

Ingber says the item is not a huge seller, but it has a number of die-hard fans.

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