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Posted by foodsnob on 05/06/2008
I had the pork loin sandwich. Although the menu stated the sandwich had jalapenos, the cabbage on it also had soem sort of fire to it. The sandwich was so painfully spicy it obliterated all the other flavors. I settled for the pork by default because the menu was so limited in the first place that it was hard to choose. Mangia, in the financial district is a much better sandwich choice, but closed on weekends, unfortunately.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/12/2007
I wholeheartedly agree with the Uneven Quality comment. I used to get the slow roasted pork all the time, but lately I've been getting charred buns and thoroughly dry pork. The grilled sandwiches tend to come out burnt, and I just had the tuna sandwich that seems as if the tuna's been served un-thawed from a freezer on couple-day-old stale bread. Spare yourself the inconsistency and go elsewhere.
Posted by Anon on 10/07/2006
I've been ordering from wichcraft several times per week for a while. I appreciate the high quality ingredients and interesting combinations. I always thought that the price was reasonable given the ingredients. Lately, the quality has been really uneven -- burning toast, forgetting to toast the bread, leaving out key ingredients, putting on way too much of something. It's a great concept but I won't order from them again until they get their act together.
Posted by David on 07/01/2006
The sandwiches are tasty and of good size, but with alternatives in the immediate area providing fresh deli offerings for less, it's no wonder 'WichCraft is rarely full. A cool, open atmosphere isn't motivation enough to dish out $10 for a sandwich.
Posted by Dave on 05/20/2006
For anyone who thinks that a perfect sandwich made of quality ingredients costing approximately between $6-10 is expensive in NYC, the land of disgusting paninis made at 7 am and left to sit at room temperature until you grab one up to be halfway reheated at 8 pm for around 8 dollars... you must be out of your mind! Tom Colicchio is a genius and it is a privilege to be able to enjoy his food at these prices. If only more chefs of his caliber would jump on this idea, I might be able to afford to eat good food out at more places than just Chinatown. I love 'wichcraft... my only question is Tom, when are you going to open one up back in good old Jersey?
Posted by Alex on 12/20/2005
This place is just cool - form the name to the chic decor to the menu layout. It definitely has a creative flair to it. It was fun going here, knowing that most people have never even heard of it! The sandwiches are very, very good but not quite as expected. The turkey melt has bread like i have never tasted - amazing. the innards of the sandwich were good as well, but a bit rich. I would LOVE to come back here and try more things off of its SHORT menu! It's a fun place to eat, despite its price (my sandwich was $10!). Also, the sandwiches aren't too huge. Go try it!