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Posted by anonymous on 02/01/2012
I just paid $13 for a small cup of soup and a chickpea sandwich made with dry bread. I wonder how long the premade sandwich was sitting in a fridge. I liked the taste, but for this price the sandwich should be perfect. I certainly won't return.
Posted by Dave Alan on 01/31/2009
I ordered a sandwich described as "Slow Roasted Pork, red cabbage, jalapenos & mustard on ciabatta roll," and there was at least twice as much cabbage as there was pork. I returned it and got my money back, and I urge you to, as well. That is the only way they will learn.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/18/2008
I tried the chicken salad sandwich today, and I have to say it was absolutely perfect: huge chunks of chicken, complimented beautifully by the roasted tomatoes and pickled red onions. I can't afford to spend $10 on a sandwich everyday, but it's definitely worth the splurge.
Posted by Ernest M. Skinner on 10/15/2007
Good quality fresh food, but just a bit too expensive for what it is, since we've all been to the grocery store and know what such things cost. Sterile atmosphere for those who think that's good. Service could be better. This will appeal to yuppies with disposible incomes and the desire to feel that they are "eating right."
Posted by The Rogers on 07/01/2007
We have been here twice and we'll continue to go! The service is fast, the place is nice, super clean and simple and the sandwich are on a total different level from any other sandwich we ever had. The sicilian tuna and the freid egg sandwiches are a muct to try. The different breads mach perfectly every different filling (soft roll with the eggs, cruncy baguette with the tuna) and the price is right!
Posted by crizzle on 05/10/2007
Great quality, very tasty sanwiches! Little pricy but worth the price. The slow roasted pork is where its at!
Posted by Upper Eazy Foodie on 04/21/2007
I love their sandwiches although Starwich has certainly thrown a monkey wrench in the game (especially because they let you create your own sandwiches.) I love the salami with the cauliflower salad and one of my favorite sandwiches in the world is their chopped chickpea. They also have those Ito En green tea drinks that are amazing and I've never had a problem with the service, the sandwiches are always made fast and fresh. Of course the atmosphere isn't that great, it's an upscale sandwich shop but when they first opened this location they had a brass band playing while people waited and ate!!! That's pretty gully if you ask me.