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Posted by anonymous on 06/11/2011
happened upon this place, gave it a try, and we've been back several times. brunch is great - quality and quantity. kid friendly place with a really sweet staff. omelettes, frittata, pancakes - all good. worth a stop....
Posted by Libby on 03/22/2011
My daughter and I came across this place by chance, and we were pleased by what we found. She had a large burger with french fries and I had a pasta dish with mushrooms and peas, which came with a green salad and bread. The prices were very reasonable ($12 for hers, and $10 for mine) and the portions were so generous that we were full when we finished. We read some of the online reviews later, on this website, and were surprised to read the negative ones. We were completely satisfied with our experience here. Too bad others weren't. We'd recommend this place highly.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/10/2010
Randomly walked in for a quick bite. Try the New Yorker for brunch. Fantastic!
Posted by anonymous on 05/18/2010
I order delivery from Prince Street Cafe & Catering at least once a week. I usually always get the Parmesan Gnocchi. They are so good and so tender, they almost just melt in your mouth. Small street cafe - get the Parmesan gnocchi.
Posted by Jason on 05/10/2010
Consistently good brunch/lunch spot in Nolita. Reasonably priced, quiet and unobtrusive atmosphere.
Posted by udallal on 01/09/2010
I ordered takeout from here, as it is right around the corner and the menu looked great. However, everything was inedible! The carrot soup was so over-salted I had to throw it away! The blueberry pancakes had canned blueberries, and the panini wasn't even cooked. The cheese was still shredded and unmelted. An utter waste of $25! Save your money and go somewhere else.
Posted by Chloe on 07/10/2009
The mango lassi needed more mangoes, and more blending. The flavor was bland, and the mangoes got stuck on the tip of the straw. The carrot cake cupcake was really good. The butternut squash soup was really good. The chicken wrap wasn't in a normal wrap shape, and it kept dripping juice and corn niblets. The cafe con parne - well I can't judge because I don't know a lot about coffee. To me, I needed a lot of sugar in it. My friend had a chocolate croissant, and I could swear they microwaved it to heat it up. NEVER EVER microwave pastries or bread because they get hard and chewy! The service was very, very nice, but slow. The price was nice. I would stop in again, but wouldn't go out of my way.