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Posted by jerry on 12/29/2009
dont understand, the pizza was allways great but was in there today and it was salty and chewy hope they dont kill the quality
Posted by Mike C on 12/28/2009
Great sandwiches and hot food. However, the service in store is terrible! Very few people behind the counter speak English and the line system is very confusing (Hot food and Sandwich lines intersect and many people just cut in front). The biggest issue, aside from the language barrier, seems to be that there are simply too many people cutting in front and the clerks still serve them. The best bet is to order online. The food is great but the store is always crowded and again the service is poor. They have some guy out on the street dragging tourists in all day so the place is extremely crowded most of the day. They are also getting a bit pricey on the drinks and sides. The sandwiches are great though and the hot food selection is pretty good too. It's just not worth a trip to the store. Again ORDER ONLINE...
Posted by Anonymous on 09/02/2009
Best sandwich place in midtown. Great variety. Fast, efficient, and no mistakes.
Posted by Sean on 07/20/2009
If you are going to get a sandwhich in midtown, this is the only palce to go. They make very large, amazing sandwhiches. Enough said.
Posted by anonymous on 07/14/2009
Toasties' wide selection of lunch options depends on who answers the phone. According to one Toasties worker, they have guacamole, according to another, they don't. I call to ask if they have guac that day, and the Toasties girl tells me they don't. Then low-and-behold, my co-worker who ordered from the other room pulls out a side of guacamole from the Toasties bag. Someone she'd asked apparently knew there was guacamole, while lazy girl who I spoke to just told me "no" because, well...that's easier than actually finding out the correct answer to my question. If they tell you the chicken in the chicken salad is "shredded," it really means it's cubed. Apparently this perplexes Toasties workers too. Oh, and I love the part where they forget the ingredients you asked them to put on your salad. Happens every time. You just get whatever Toasties feels like throwing in there at the moment. Or, if THEY want cheese on your sandwich, then by all means, let Toasties do it the way they want. Far be it for a lactose intolerant person to try and send back a chicken wrap coated in mozzarella. That and, they expect you to eat salad with your fingers. See... when you get food delivered, you generally anticipate also getting the standard utensils and condiments in the bag. Open your Toasties delivery. You'll find your co-workers' and your five salads (of whatever Toasties wants to put in it, don't forget) and four knives, and no forks. It makes perfect sense. Moral of this review: Toasties is lazy and inconsistent from day to day.
Posted by anonymous on 03/26/2009
This place is a staple, we eat out from here 2-3x a week. The sandwiches are all really well made and fresh. The hot ones off the menu are especially good.
Posted by bank on 10/28/2008
Excellent presentation for our corporate meeting! Great price and great food!