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Posted by FoodConnoisseur on 01/30/2007
The roast pork and chicken in the sandwiches was a bit dry.
Posted by anon on 10/26/2006
Iactually had the best sandwich I have ever tasted. The Salami and cauliflour is amazing I plan on trying as many as possible! Prices are high but not when you think about the quality of the food you are getting.
Posted by Tasty Girl on 08/24/2006
Okay, the service is a bit rough but I did see a manager do an impressive restaurant like tasting & training session at the Chelsea location. The ingredients are top notch. If you tried to buy them all and assemble yourself you'd spend 3X the money. As for being able to find a comparable upscale deli, I don't think so! Boar's Head Mesquite Turkey does not compare to slow roasted pork or truffle fondue. Breakfast sandwiches are also a must, as well as the incredibly tasty Greek yogurt with home made granola. The hot sandwiches are definitely tastier than the cool ones... desserts are also very nice. Enjoy yourself and life is too short for cheap ingredients!
Posted by richie b. on 07/08/2006
Overpriced sandwiches you could get at a high-end deli for a lot less. I mean, ten bucks for a chicken salad sandwich?! The food is decent, but service is dour and slow. I gave the new franchise on 8th Street a shot, but they were screwed up my order after a half-hour wait. Never again.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/19/2006
Such a cute place - Try the yellow beet salad - very light, healthy and delicious! I'll def. go back
Posted by Food Fan on 05/18/2006
I had heard so much about 'wichcraft so I finally decided to walk out of my way in the morning to get breakfast from there .... First the service. I know it is just a kiosk outside and I am not expecting white glove service BUT if I am paying gourmet prices I would at least like a little less attitude. Second.... there was absolutely no display of any items, nothing but a few pound cakes in front of the register that looked like they were just thrown there. I ordered a large coffee and a breakfast cake.... I don't know if they don't have large cups but I was given a small coffee and told to take one of the cakes in front of the register. I, like most people in NY, have a lot in my hands when waling to work, a hand bag, a gym bag and a laptop, so I would have really appreciated if she had put my items into a bag for me but no, I had to figure out a way to carry it as is. So in the end I spent $4.50 on a small coffee and what was a half a slice of pound cake. In the end going to 'wichcraft for breakfast ruined my morning and put me in a bad mood for most of the day. The only thing I am grateful for is that I didn't go for lunch.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/12/2006
Just tried wichcraft for the first time after hearing so much about it. It was honestly one of the greatest sandwiches I've ever had. Had the smoked pork- excellant- seriously! The prices are a little steep for a sandwich, esp. one that you're basically buying from a booth in the middle of Bryant Park but the food was truly great! They got the flavors spot on!