Hold down Control (PC) or Command (Mac) key + mouseclick to select more than one option
Posted by Yummy eats on 05/06/2008
I wish there was a Jou Jou in the Village on Prince Street! I'd be there everyday! I stumbled upon this place when I was in the 168th St. area and My Mom and I were hungry. So I got there grilled cheese for her and a Turkey Brie for me. It was fantastic. I love how they use the cheeses and herbs in their sandwhiches to give it surpurb flavor with out having to over stuff the sandwhich. We Loved it!
Posted by Anonymous on 03/10/2008
I've lived in the neighorhood all my life and this is a great addition. I've been here at 3am sometimes 6am when everything else is closed. Great wraps and soups. The staff is super friendly even at those ungodly hours. Overall the place is fantastic and not to expensive.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/16/2008
One of my favorite places to eat. Great on the run, or to sit with a book and enjoy a sandwich and coffee. I have to comment on the excellent staff. Pretty much everyone who works there is extremely friendly and I enjoy just droping in to say hello on my way to the 1 train. The sandwichs are excellent and the Ginger cookies are my favorite!! I'm glad we have Jou Jou in the neighborhood.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/20/2007
long lines and lack of personnel mean a longer wait. crowded space. no atmosphere here. loud and cramped. sandwiches are surprisingly creative and tasty, however. grilled steak burrito is fantastic. great spicy kick to it.
Posted by columbiastudent on 10/18/2007
the food here is really great but for a student on a budget, a $6 sandwich at subway would be a better value. these sandwiches and wraps are SMALL. i don't have the biggest appetite but i can easily eat two of them and still have room for dessert. the lines do move very quickly but finding a place to sit is tough during lunch hours.
Posted by Petra on 02/26/2007
Wonderful, friendly little place with VERY tasty stuff. It seems to be filled when I go (except afternoon is a good time -- less people) but in either case it's absolutely worth the wait. Seems to be very high-quality ingredients.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/25/2006
Don't get scared by line for lunch- it moves fast and there is a reason behind it- food is delicious and a good value. All leftover gets donated to the emergency room athNYPH nightly, so you cn bet it is fresh.