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Posted by taylor on 10/25/2011
I always love to get a soup/sandwich combo. However I HATE the fact that they close at 6 on week nights. I'm sorry but for midtown in NYC how can that be? For people that get out of work at 5:30 it's impossibly to grab dinner here. I would love to but it's inconvenient when you go and there are no choices left. Other than that complaint I love it here, and I visit other locations as well!
Posted by Anonymous on 05/24/2011
You pay per topping for your salad, but they give you the smallest portions I have ever seen at a salad bar. Not really worth it. I wouldn't go back again, unless I want a salad of only lettuce that I have to sift through to find my toppings.
Posted by Bettina on 09/27/2007
I'm in there nearly every day. Some of their soups are incredible. My favorites are the ginger crab corn (which I'm eating right now!) and the chicken mole poblemo. Aside from the fact that I grew up eating soup as a budget lunch, and I'm now (almost) used to shelling out $7-$8 for a cup, my only complaint about the place is that so many of their soups are cream- or cheese-based, which limits the choices for dieters. I also love that they'll happily give you a free taste. By the way, I'm always asked if I want bread or crackers! If you'd like a pat of butter for your bread and a knife to spread it, you've got to remember to ask.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/20/2007
The employees are really friendly, helpful and efficient. The soup and sandwich combo are a good, filling lunch.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/14/2007
But if you would like the crackers or bread that comes with your soup, you need to remember to ask, because they will not offer it to you.