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Posted by JB on 06/16/2010
So I got to try this place via the Groupon deal they had. The guy on the phone was super nice and delivery was quick. I got the chickpea melt which was pretty damn good (bit too much red onion, which I normally like, but then you taste and smell like red onion the rest of the day), but overall a yummy sandwich with a tasty rosemary-esque paninni type of bread. Very good sandwich, but for almost 8 dollars, it should have come with the fries rather than me having to pay extra. Also had the sweet potato "fries" which were basically just cut up and roasted sweet potato pieces rather than "fries" per say. Also ok, but for $3.21 they could have added some seasoning or made them more crunchy....a sweet potato itself costs like 57 cents so i don't know why cutting it up and roasting it brings the price up to almost 4 bucks with tax. Anyway, finally I had the peanut butter chocolate shake which, I will admit, was wicked good and I would go back for that alone....IF it wasnt also almost SIX BLOODY DOLLARS!For a milkshake!!! So I guess what I'm trying to say is that while the taste of the food and the service make me want to come back (and Im actually kinda craving the food I had last time), and the service was really really nice, unfortunately the prices are what is going to ultimately keep me away unless I can really splurge one day. My lunch altogether was over $17!!!! Nearly twenty bucks for a smoothie, some cut up potato, and a chickpea sandwich. If they lowered their prices I'd be eating there several times a week, but at their current prices I can't afford it at all. 17 dollars for a weekday work lunch is pushing it over the edge, sorry Terri. You had me with the taste, you lost me with the price....
Posted by vegmonky on 06/15/2010
I love this place. I've tried so many things but they never cease to amaze me. The quality, taste, everything is so amazing. I've been vegetarian for 3yrs and this is the only place that knows how to make a REAL buffalo sauce. OMG so amazing. Nuff said. Just go there, veg or not you won't be sorry! Now I'll just wait for them to open a restaurant so I can go in the evening with friends and be waited on. I'll keep dreaming...
Posted by mh004g on 06/09/2010
I've tried this place twice. The first time I got the jerk tofu sandwich and a brownie. The second time I got the "chickn" quesadilla wrap. The jerk tofu sandwich was a little off for me. The jerk sauce was extremely overpowering, but not in a spicy way - just overpowering. It also was a little dry. The brownie was pretty good. The quesadilla wrap wasn't a wrap, it was traditional quesadilla style so pretty messy for desk eating. It was also so greasy. I liked the hot sauce on it a lot, and the cheese tasted really good if there hadn't been so much if it. I wish also wish it had more "chickn" in it and more veggies, it was mostly cheese. The Juices look amazing, but at $6 a pop and considering I haven't enjoyed the other things so much, I probably won't try them
Posted by Anonymous on 05/11/2010
I never write these things but this place was awesome.
Posted by NYCrochet on 04/14/2010
I ordered the Chicken Bacon Ranch sandwich for lunch yesterday. While I would REALLY like to see it come with a small side or a little something extra for the price, I thought it was delicious. The "chicken" seemed like it might be Gardein, which is the best fake meat out there, and and "cheese" is Daiya, which is generally acknowledged to be awesome. I loved the hint of garlickyness in it, and the bread was a pleasant surprise, almost like an extra-tasty panini bread. My only complaint was the price.
Posted by Stephanie on 04/10/2010
I wanted to love this place, I REALLY did! I went this morning with my boyfriend (I'm a vegan and he's a non vegan) and we ordered the Chicken Bacon Ranch sandwich, the Portobello Pesto Sandwich, the Terri smoothie and the date and oat bar for dessert. The sandwiches were at best "okay." The Portobello sandwich was cold, and the mint pesto was average. As for the Chicken Bacon Ranch - it tasted so processed and fake. The smoothie was okay as well....the only good thing abut this place was the date bar, that was actually delicious. I was really disappointed when I left here...I've heard amazing things. Perhaps it was an off day, but I don't think I'll be going back.
Posted by JP on 03/29/2010
Visited Terri for the first time last week. The sandwiches we ordered (the Chicken Bacon Ranch & the Chickpea Tuna Melt) were great. The owner was super friendly and knowledgeable about the food. We sampled the cupcake and doughnut, which were also delicious. We'll definitely be back.