By: Kristi Roe-Owen | Category: Restaurants | Issue: November 2017
Hamlet honey-kissed ham is spiral cut around the bone, making it easy to serve.
Folks who grew up in Tulsa remember the Hamlet for its legendary honey-kissed ham. For many families, grabbing a holiday ham from this local staple is as much their tradition as taking that cruise through Rhema with the kids, and the Hamlet’s dine-in deli has also been beloved by Tulsans year-round.
Today, the Hamlet has a brand new look and offers the same legendary succulent ham that Tulsans have enjoyed since 1986. Located at 91st and Sheridan, the update brings a beautiful new look to the local tradition. With a sharp urban farmhouse look bedecked in touches of warm wood and lovely industrial features, the new storefront offers all the delicious cuisine you crave in a charming setting updated for the 21st century.
Complete with a large, warm patio, the diner offers a walk-up counter where guests can choose from their favorite menu items. If you’ve never tried the original grilled ham sandwich, it is a work of culinary art that will bring a tear to your eye. Situated between two slices of perfectly toasted wheat bread is a generous helping of Hamlet honey-kissed ham served with swiss cheese, crisp green lettuce, fresh, thick tomato slices, and honey mustard. Another favorite is the ham salad, a sweet blend of Hamlet ham, egg, pickle relish, and some magic secret ingredient they aren’t sharing that makes it one of the most incredible food experiences you can have in T-town. In addition to the Hamlet’s own honey-kissed ham, they only use Boar’s Head quality meats on deli sandwiches, salads and wraps. If you’ve ever had Boar’s Head meats before, you know it’s a cut above the rest.
Each item on the menu is available one of three ways: as a sandwich, wrap, or salad. The farm-fresh meal is something the Hamlet takes very seriously; every elemental ingredient served is fresh and delicious.
You can also still pick up a ham for your home at the counter. Hamlet honey-kissed ham is spiral cut around the bone, making it easy to serve. The slices remain in place until you’re ready to enjoy them. They are completely cooked, so they can be heated or served cold on your own Scooby-doo sandwich masterpiece.
For those with a taste for turkey, the Hamlet also offers a whole cooked turkey. Both the ham and turkey are available in portions of 10 to 40 servings.
Stop by the Hamlet and start a new family tradition today.
Each item on the menu is available one of three ways: as a sandwich, wrap, or salad.
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