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Posted by Quentin Regos on 03/28/2009
My friend Valerie has been talking up the Sturgeon sandwich forever & the Borsht. This place is a goldmine. Not a high traffic restaurant in a high traffic part of of SOHO. You can eat, you can do your work, and enjoy total peace. 3 Favorites: So the Sturgeon: its seared, lighter than salmon, maybe like the best ham of the sea on a baguette with grilled onions, a green garlic sauce, tomato, and some greens. The Borscht is hot: beets, cabbage, potatoes, with the addition of beef brisket thinly sliced into the soup, and dollop of sour cream. Frisee With Duck Confit poached egg, english peas, truffle vinaigrette. I over heard there's a liquor license on the way. Check it out b4 it gets popular
Posted by Anonymous on 03/08/2009
I went here with a friend and got the goat cheese and vegetable gnocchi. It was delicious and came with salad and a choice of bread. It was $12! Service was wonderful. Overall just a superb experience.
Posted by hmmm on 02/20/2009
I like the idea of french fries looking better than they taste— however I have to disagree, french fries taste better than they look always. Also the tuna burger is genius when you want and don't want a burger at the same time, this is perfect food for lunch on the job. It's practical and really good.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/13/2009
I work around the corner but nothing really drives me to eat at this place. I think its ok. The food looks better than what it actually tastes like. The burger looks mouth watering, but there wasn't much flavor and the fries were pretty disappointing. Haven't really tried the "cafe" coffee/dessert portion of the restaurant.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/22/2008
This place has the best food at a great price. You'll be hard pressed to find better, fresh food at this price. The pasta is fresh made and the breakfast is even better.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/22/2008
Food is really good and definitely a good value for the quality of food. Omelets are one of the best in the city! And the salad of duck confit with truffle oil vinegret is simply amazing!
Posted by Queens Girl on 06/08/2008
I had gotten off the wrong stop and landed in Little Italy I had decided to look around. Coming from Queens the envoirment was very different. When I steped in Prince ST. Cafe everyone was very nice. The menu SUPRISED me, nothing under $15! As I walked to the back of the cafe the pastiers called me! They were mouth-watering! As I walked to the back many like I where suprised to find it very big coming from the veiw of the front! I ordered a Prince Burger (Medium) and a cappucino. The cappucino was AMAZING! The foam wasnt watery and thin like in starbucks! It was thick and how a cappucino should be made! When the burger came I counld belive that $8 could buy me so much! And the first time in a long time the burger was cooked to medium like I asked. The fries also came with a herb mayo dip and the fries where made there and then! Everything was very fresh! I then ordered a red velvet cupcake. Which again very fresh and delicious.(Kodos to Prince St. for making thier own cupcakes and pasteries and not buying from ANYONE!) Before I left the chefs thanked me and I had small talk. I really liked how I was like family and its very welcoming! Now I go there every week like a religion. YOU HAVE TO GO OR YOUR MISSING ALOT!