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Posted by Where's the beef on 04/17/2008
Bought a salami sandwich for 8 bucks and you could hardly see the meat in bread. It was like eating a lemony arugula sandwich. You couldn't taste the meat or cheese. Where the hell is the beef? I don't know how you can even call it a salami sandwich.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/04/2008
I started working in the area in Nov. 2007 and have been addicted to this place ever since. Their home-made chai is fantastic (make sure to order it with sugar) and their mochas are excellent as well. On bad days go for the brownie, at $2 they might seem a bit pricey but they are worth every penny. Their pre-made items change, but if they have Raspberry Jam make sure to get some. My one complaint is that no 2 people make drinks the same way, so it's a bit of a shot in the dark...
Posted by eh on 10/06/2006
but it seems like a dressed up, cutsey version of what any other coffee shop/ deli would have. Yes, the food is nice and the coffee is decent, but they charge ridiculously high prices for the tiny portions. The food looks better than it tastes. Plus, it's a tiny space with nowehre to sit. I am slightly underwhelmed by it. (Yet I get coffee/ tea there at least 2 or 3 x a week)
Posted by team food! on 04/12/2005
I don't know what they put in the muffins, but they are seriously the best muffins ever. Especially the raspberry ones. Plus they're only $1.09!
Posted by frangelico on 10/07/2004
I love spoon. I get breakfast there every morning -- the croissants are yummy, the cheddar + chive or cheddar + thyme scones are THE best, and their muffins are also really tasty (peach, strawberry, blueberry, etc). I love their use of less common ingredients and their creative twist. Salads are small, but very good, and the sandwiches are fresh. The only thing I have to complain about is that their portions (and prices) vary from time to time. One day a scone is the size of a football (well, almost) for $1.00, the next it's about the size of two quarters. But across the board they're very friendly and delicious.