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Posted by Visitor to NYC on 04/21/2014
The food was delicious and fresh and creative! And I have to say, the twice I've been there the guys working the pizza and sandwiches were smokinnn'! Hope to go back soon ;)
Posted by Desdimona on 04/10/2013
This was my first time going to Carve after passing it thousands of times. I heard from some others that the sandwiches were good. Went in to try the 4th of July Picnic Sandwich...HUGE disappointment! The chicken is fried dark meat chicken, it was not crispy or flavorful, it was room temp, soggy and tasteless. The bread was so tough, fresh, but just not right for the sandwich...it was greasy, topped with some kind of mayo, fried soggy shoe string onions. Don't waste your time or money here.
Posted by Elizabeth on 03/02/2012
Had the thanksgiving sandwich, I would definitely recommend it to others. If you are pressed for time in Nyc definitely check out this place u wont regret it.
Posted by Hans, Rita, Loes on 05/08/2011
We were lucky to be in this place during the visit of Obama to the Fire Department in 8th Ave. I was not allowed to leave and the restaurant was garded wih policeman. The service during this "prison" was great and the food tasty, also the drinks. We came back a few times for breakfast which was very good!! Personel if you read this: thanks again!!
Posted by Anonymous on 03/07/2011
Went to Carve on Saturday with 3 friends and we all were very pleased. The food was delicious and we were shocked at the low prices. We will definitely be back!
Posted by Mr & Mrs. Wrightway on 02/16/2010
To the authors of the past reviews: Wow...what is wrong with you? Yes, the staff could be better as far as their demenor, attitude,and lack of warmth, but since when has New York had the warmest service? Rarely do you find someone dripping with kindness and concern...that aside the food had ALWAYS been very good! These reviews almost appear to be competitors trying to give Carve a bad name. To those of you wondering if you should try Carve, I say...go there order a slice of Pizza, maybe a salad or a fresh sandwich, eat it there while the Pizza is Hot and crisp(if you can grab a seat), and you'll agree with the fact that Carve is deliciously good!!
Posted by Adam on 08/22/2009
It's pretty bad when your "unique" sandwich is worse than a basic Subway ham&cheese. (And twice as expensive.) I had the New Cobb Sandwich, and it was mostly flavorless, except for a strange slimy aftertaste. Skip this place and walk another block to 9th Ave, where you can find some real food.