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Posted by Happy Diners on 08/25/2010
Besides the super delicious green tea frappe, we love their Zaiya Signature bento, mentaiko onigiri, sandwiches and assorted butter cookies... What is there not to like when you get the best frappe, fresh and tasty food, super-convenient location and friendly Japanese service?!! This place is tops!!
Posted by Thea on 06/07/2010
My 1st review. At 69 Cooper Sq. For only $8. I picked up a chicken salad sandwich, sweet potato pastry (white potato with skin in a sweet pastry) and an apple pastry & can soda. The chicken salad was flavorful with a nice balance of season/onion; fresh bread and salad and no huge chunks-very smooth- and filling, on a six-inch loaf. The potato pastry was lightly sweet and very satisfying. I haven't had the apple yet. Did I say fresh? It was. Lovely friendly people. My lunch place from now on.
Posted by Two ladies from LI on 04/29/2009
While we didn't have lunch here, we did treat ourselves to dessert. The green tea cake was delicious and a very generous portion. The chocolate cake was equally good and presented with stylish fresh fruit. We did take out from Cafe Zaiya on 41st between 5th and Madison and loved it. Very authentic Japanese and very reasonably priced.
Posted by alodie on 08/08/2008
I stop by here often for a quick lunch. They have bento boxes, sushi , rolls and sandwiches. The food is decent and reasonably priced. They got great desserts and drinks. You can eat-in and enjoy Bryant Park view.
Posted by Me on 07/19/2008
where can anyone find a decent meal in midtown for around 6 bucks? what?! katsu curry and beef bowl are my fav! amazing! the feeling of not overspending plus good food is beyond any other fancy restaurants can offer. the creampuffs there are A - MAZING! love the lunchboxes. bring them home, wash and reuse them. they are ALL microwaveable. i'm a money saving new yorker. whoever agrees with me would most likely collect containers that can be reused. so Cafe Zaiya would be great! (some of the boxes have partitions too) thumbs up!
Posted by Mehh83 on 05/09/2008
and cheap! Zaiya is perfect when I'm close to broke and need some snacks. Love the Japanese pastries - and the sushi is pretty ok. If you're walking around the area and you need a cheap, semi-healthy, fast-food alternative snack - this is the place. Try it!