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  • Sandwiches, Cafes & Coffeehouses, Mediterranean
  • 335 Lafayette St, New York NY10012 40.7259203 -73.9946401
  • (Btwn Houston & Bleecker St)
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  • (212) 431-0301
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User Ratings (Based on 8 reviews)

Food 4.1 Value 3.9
Service 2.8 Atmosphere 2.5

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 431-0301
Major Credit Cards
Mon-Fri: 8am-8pm Sat-Sun: 12pm-8pm
Lunch, Dinner
Cheap Eats, Delivery, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out

User Reviews

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    Posted by lydzatwit on 01/09/2012

    The Green Curry is to Die For

    I adore the green curry here. It gives energy, and has healing power! A wonderful concoction of tender chicken morsels, lovely long strips of ginger, eggplant, a few other veggies, and rice. With bread too. Perfectly spiced. I don't know what I'll do if they ever move away!

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    Posted by Kim on 07/20/2011

    Amazing soup!

    Don't let the shabby exterior fool you! I work nearby and I can't believe what a great value the food is in this mostly over-priced neighborhood. I have tried their lentil soup which was really delicious as well as the green curry chicken soup, which is possibly the best I have had in NYC! The prosciutto panini was also perfection! The service isn't the best and they aren't quick about things either, but food is worth it!

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    Posted by Anonymous on 10/08/2008

    Has Really Gone Down Hill

    I work around the corner from this place and have been eating lunch there several times a week for two and half years. It used to be really delicious, but recently, the food has been increasingly poor. The guy who used to run it left, and the guy who's running it now is not as competent or friendly. The menu is the same, but they've started cutting corners, giving me a turkey sandwich with two thing slices of turkey and a heap of lettuce or serving a cup of bean soup with almost no beans that's mostly broth. Both of these things have happened to me on more than one occasion, so I'm not going back anymore. If I'm paying 7 bucks for a turkey sandwich, it had better have some turkey in it! The lines were always long because the food was so good and many people were waiting in line. Now, the lines are long because it takes them forever to make your sandwich. Very disappointing.

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    Posted by Anonymous on 09/18/2007

    Long wait and service on the decline

    My co-workers and I have been enjoying Bite sandwiches and soups since this little to-go spot opened 2 blocks from us. As noted by other reviewers, the tuna sandwich, soups and paninis are all delicious. So it's just sad to say the service continues to get worse even after the owner recently expanded his menu. The patience required can strain any new yorker. To regularly wait 10-15 minutes simply to place an order even when there is NO line is ridiculous!

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    Posted by Anonymous on 07/18/2007

    Best Tuna Curry Around!

    Both locations have the BEST tuna curry (exotic tuna) around...and it comes with amazing white or wheat bread/rolls. The other sandwiches and salads are great too, and although it gets busy they are friendly!

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    Posted by Anonymous on 11/04/2006

    Good Sandwiches; Long Wait

    I do like this place, but rarely have the patience for the inevitable long waits. There have been times when I've ordered a tuna sandwich and stood outside waiting for 15 minutes. Better to go during off peak times for lunch.

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    Posted by iMergeAndSee on 06/15/2006

    This is My Ritual

    Bite, where have you been all my life? So every other Friday, my ritual is to get a Turkey Pesto Panini, I friggin love it. It tastes great and it gets me full, Bite is about 3 block from my office on Lafayette and everytime I order my fav sandwich I start eating it before I get to my Office lunch room, Its soooo good theres no room for patience. Then every time I have the money I get one of the pastries, they're not that their expensive, they only cost $1.00-$2.00, its just that I A) work in the Music Industry and B) live in New York Expensive City, but the pastries are that good that I budget it in. And the Soup is awesome too definetly. They stuff for Vegetarians and Vegans alike (yes there is a difference) And I think their food is Kosher also but you'll have to ask on that one. Anyhoot check them out whenever you can.

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