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Posted by anonymous on 02/11/2013
Not a bad place for lunch but inconsistent. Sometimes they load up your sandwich and other times it has 2 slices of meat on it. Also, the pricing seems to be made up on the spot by the guys behind the counter. I always get the same thing but the price changes from from between $6 to $7- annoying and not worth arguing with them about.
Posted by Dee on 06/08/2012
The food here is decent. Its pretty much same as all other millions deli's in NYC, if u tried one u've tried them all.... One thing though, if you are not within their same block do not order from there. So I called today to have our office lunch delievered which is only 1 1/2 blocks away and was told they cannot deliver becuse its too far away; I couldn't believe it.
Posted by NY concierge on 12/27/2010
this is the place to go Monday through Friday from 11am - 3pm. They have hot bar, cold bar, soups, salads, sandwiches and pizza and they have the best stir fry around. Everything's made fresh and delicious. I always recommend my guests to eat here for lunch. The after hours of this place will not do it justice. You should really go to Amici's during the week for lunch
Posted by JBOTCH on 04/27/2009
Two words: BREAD BOWL. Amecis manages to offer an incredible selection of food, at an affordable price--- but it blows its deli friends out of the water because of the BREAD BOWL. They offer a community bowl where a man throws hot bread into it every few minutes. People flock to this self-serve bowl, and you might even get an elbow to the face if there are only a few pieces left. It is actually an unsanitary process--- but the fact that you are eating bread touched by the rest of NYC is quickly forgotten about when you indulge in the hot, not fully cooked, amazing, raw dough.-- Now offered in Whole Wheat.
Posted by Bonanza!FeastTime! on 06/29/2008
As many of us who work in midtown west know, a good deli with ample selection is hard to come by, especially for new yorkers who know good. Amici is the best bang for your buck below 57th. The place serves everything but the grilled veggies are the best (therefore gone by 1pm). While its serve yourself and the cashiers act as if you should have calculated the cost by weight before you got to the register, it is an amazing little deli with yummy food and not too shabby prices especially compared to similar deli's in the area with half the selection. So if you're looking for a quiet lunch with a lil ambiance look elsewhere but if you love a grab and go or sit and quickly eat place then try this spectacular deli, the best for a good 10 blocks.