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Posted by me, myself on 10/06/2007
Not only do they keep raising the prices but they are consistently getting chincier with the ingredients. I'm not saying that $5.00 is expensive for a sandwich but part of the original fascination with this place is the good sandwich for a good price. The value is no longer there. For the same price or a dollar more, you might as well go around the corner to gracefully and get a huge gourmet sandwich which equates to 2 from Nickys. I used to love this place but the last few times I went, the prices went up and I got 3 times more carrots than chicken. Pretty typical of Nyc these days. Get a little following and raise your prices. Not getting my business anymore
Posted by ak is on 06/16/2007
i've been to this place over 100 times and it's always good. someone just posted that it's expensive and half the price in brooklyn... i don't how broke or cheap this person must be to say that. the sandwiches cost $3.95!!!! that being said i am posting this simply to say i love this place, the people are super nice and whoever said it's expensive needs to get a job and stop bitching. seriously, who says a $4 sandwich is expensive????
Posted by Anonymous on 05/18/2007
This is really expensive..... Viet food in Brooklyn is half the price. The food is pretty much the same. But if you dont have the time to go all the way to Brooklyn then I guess its worth it. Lucky I only live within walking distance to 3 viet resturants.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/25/2007
really good. i agree with the below about the friendly service... i usually have to get 2 sandwiches though, but it's okay bc it's only $8...
Posted by designergirl on 12/21/2006
Great taste for the price, other sandwiches in the city are upwards of 8 dollars. For those that think this is small you should reexamine your portion sizes. This place is great and quick for lunch.
Posted by banh mi lover on 12/18/2006
I waited 30 min for my banh mi. 30 minutes for a sandwich? You're better off making the trek to Chinatown to get an authentic banh mi rather than one re-packaged for East Village "hipster" taste. Disappointing.
Posted by GregE on 12/16/2006
As you bite into one of their delicious sandwiches or tasty rolls, just remind yourself that you only paid 6 bucks for the meal. It's great tasting food at a great price. I'll continue to order from them as long as we're both in the neighborhood.