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181st St Bakery & Deli
Posted by Dadad on 04/13/2015
I was coming here for take out breakfast every morning for about five years. The people running this place never said " hello" or tried to make conversation and never seemed to appreciate my business. Always looked angry. I now go to the dunking donuts just east of ft Washington ave for breakfast and deal with people who're exactly the opposite of 181st bakery and have superior quality food
Posted by Diva on 04/03/2012
Try the chicken Torta..it's out of this world good...all their food is fresh and delicious. If I ever leave this neighborhood, the only thing I would truly miss this this place!
Posted by Travis on 02/25/2012
Big sandwiches for a reasonable price. Fast, friendly delivery guy. Can't go wrong with the Italian grinder!
Posted by jesus on 01/18/2010
reat pastries great sandwiches but the blt is th ebest by far in the heights
Posted by Jake on 10/23/2009
I disagree with the reviewer who describes the owners and employees as unfriendly. I would say they are reserved, which is fine with me, since the owner always offers me a warm greeting and leaves it at that, without the necessity for small talk. The employees and owner work long hours, yet never vary in their efficiency or in the quality of their sandwiches. I've recently been ordering their veggie sandwiches, and they're as good as those with chicken or turkey. I find them so filling that I can usually only finish half. The prices are still very reasonable as well.
Posted by bronxgrrrl on 10/17/2009
a clean deli with some nice fresh extras that other delis don't have (like house-made pico de gallo), fast service, but boy, is that place grump-town! The lady on the cash register can be plain old mean! and most of the guys aren't too friendly either. Lastly, value used to be amazing, but now things seem to be more expensive. Not a great move in this economy...
Posted by bronxgrrrl on 06/20/2009
I like the fact that you can really customize you sandwiches at this place because there are a lot of good quality ingredients to choose from that are housemade such as: pico de gallo, refried beans, various types of grilled chicken, rice (you can see my preference for a south-of-the-border inspired sandwich; don't forget the avocado!). They have a nice selection of drinks in the fridge. I'm not a huge fan of their pastries but other people seem to like them. They don't have soy milk, which I prefer. But I am definitely NOT a fan of the attitudes of the owners/workers. It's not that they are not efficient, I just don't find them at all friendly; it's all business. Also, they tend to be a little skimpy on the sandwich ingredients and your sandwich will get a lot more costly if you ask for extra, say, pico de gallo avocado or refried beans, as you know I do. :-)