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Posted by hungry on 01/07/2010
Yum! Yum! and Yum! First time ordering - food arrived on time, soup (tomato parmesan) was still hot, and everything was delicious (chicken salad sandwich and the peanut butter dessert sandwich). Go for it - this is good food and worth the money! Enjoy!
Posted by anonymous on 09/05/2009
I actually like some of wichcraft's sandwiches and have eaten frequently at the tribeca location. Just placed an order for delivery over the internet and after processing my order it selected the nearest location based on my address (west 27th st instead of flatiron despite me clicking through from the flatiron location web page). After waiting for over an hour, I called to see what the status of my delivery was and after waiting on hold for 10 minutes, I was told the location my order had been placed with was actually closed and it would take another 30 min for my order to be delivered once they resubmitted my order to the flatiron location.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/12/2009
I went for lunch. I had half sand of chicken salad & tomato soup. The chicken salad was bland. The bread was unmemorable. The soup was bland even I added salt and pepper. I spent about $10. If I was working in the building and tired to get out the building for other places to eat which is not so many....almost none, I would eat here but don't even bother if you are not in the area of Chelsea.
Posted by Allison R on 09/26/2008
Twice in the last couple of weeks this Wichcraft has sent me the wrong food. I am waiting right now for a redelivery, and it's taking even longer than the original delivery. I won't be ordering from this Wichcraft again, even though it's the only decent place to order from in the neighborhood. They really need to get their act together.
Posted by mnovak on 06/05/2008
Our company, located in the Flat Iron District, happened on this gem about 7 months ago. Our CEO is a huge fan of this place with it's interesting and tasty sandwiches. Some of the sandwiches, i'll admit, sound pretty eccentric but most of the time when i try them, i am more than pleased. Eitherway, you have the options of removing ingredients as you see fit for your palette (their website is so easy to order off of). They do truly use the freshest ingredients. They receive multilple breakfast and lunch orders from us each week and we also use them for events, such as our board meetings. For events i'll call to have them quarter our sandwiches, which they are always happy to do. I have had nothing but rave reviews. We always receive our orders in a timely manner and if I stop by to grab a sandwich they are very friendly and don't seem to take too much time. I will admit they are a little pricy but in the city, it is sad to say that unless you are going for a slice of pizza, you are probably going to pay at least $10 for your lunch. We have never had a problem with them and recently they added a few more menu options. If your tired of the same old boring sandwich, then stop in a try them.
Posted by GlendAsher on 11/02/2007
While i have only sampled there breakfast selection thus far i must say there food is better then i expected... while the price is high then the corner Deli for me its worth it.....
Posted by justice on 02/16/2007
As a resident of the Flatiron district, I am a longtime customer of 'Wichcraft, which first opened on 19th St. btw. Park and B'way. The sandwiches are great. Original, dynamic, and made the highest quality ingredients that I've ever eaten in ANY sandwich. I've never had anything but friendly service, though I will admit sadwiches often take a while to prepare. Probably because of the real effort and care that seems to go into it. In any case, I don't normally write reviews, but I felt that the reviews here were COMPLETELY wrong. If you like real good food - perhaps even if you are a bit of a food snob and you're tired of most of the sandwich-by-the-numbers fare developed to feed the throngs of bridge-and-tunnel commuters who (it must be admitted) make this city run - then I suggest trying 'Wichcraft and its sister enterprises: Craft Bar for upscale dining, and Craft for super-exclusive/expensive dining. The focus is always on the CRAFT (but I'd say more specifiaclly, ART) of cooking at all of these places, and that's something you taste every time. Interior design and service are never left out of the equation either. I know this sounds like I'm a shill for the Craft enterprises, but I'm actually just a fan who thinks the other (previous) reviewers/voters of 'Wichcraft are as wrong as anchovy paste on a birthday cake.