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Posted by Sarah on 02/28/2011
my used to order from this place a few times a week. The sandwiches and salads are awesome and soups are the best in the neighborhood. Delivery used to be really fast but lately it has been taking an eternity. Took over and hour and 15 minutes today!
Posted by anonymous on 07/12/2010
Fantastic soup and sandwiches! Not cheap but definitely feel it is worth the price. Consistently good. Fast delivery.
Posted by Carla on 07/02/2010
ok, so the soup is unbelievable!! absolutely amazing, as you've probably already seen from the countless other reviews gushing about it. I could eat their soup everyday, and I almost do, so I'm very grateful that at five dollars for a nice portion it's a good value. I swear, if you go to the hale and hearty next door, I will personally come and smack you across the face with a copy of "chicken soup for the soul".
Posted by MAXIMILIAN on 05/25/2010
Medina is a really good place. They do have excellent soups and their pressed sandwiches are usually fantastic. Sometime they offer some bland options, but very often they try different combinations and the results are great. It's a good lunch spot, and nothing more. Recommended.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/21/2010
Order from here all the time! I love it!
Posted by Disappointed Fan on 11/03/2009
I've worked in the Union Square / Flatiron neighborhood for 3 years now, and I normally love Cafe Medina. I love their creative, hearty soups, and they make a great sandwich. But recently, their food has taken a turn toward mediocre-to-bad. Sandwiches are thrown together slightly different each time I go - which to me, means there's no food leadership, and no one is checking for consistency and quality. The last sandwich I had (the grilled chicken burrito, which used to be my absolute favorite!) was so salty it was actually inedible. It takes a lot for me to throw food away. But I did. With so many options in this neighborhood, I need to take a break from Medina, and hope they get back on the ball soon. If I were them, I'd start by paying more attention to who is cooking the food, and how they're doing it.
Posted by Anne on 10/27/2009
The soups here are unbelievably good. After calling Medina everyday for a week to find out what the specials were, I decided to start a service blog for other devotees. It's cafemedinadailysoupspecials.tumblr.com/ I personally highly recommend the chicken corn chowder and the African chicken peanut, along with the daily Tuscan tomato bread.