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  • 555 5th Ave Enter on 46th St, New York NY10017 40.755847 -73.97915
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  • (212) 682-6893
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User Ratings (Based on 9 reviews)

Food 3.3 Value 2.7
Service 3.2 Atmosphere 3.0

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 682-6893
Place Order:
Order From 'wichcraft for delivery & takeout
Delivery Take Out Major Credit Cards Happy Hour Daily: 3pm-6pm
Mon-Fri: 8am-7pm Sat-Sun: 10am-6pm
Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Catering, Cheap Eats, Delivery, Happy Hour, Kid Friendly, Online Ordering, Take Out, Trendy, Wheelchair Accessible
Min Delivery:
Delivery Area:
34th to 59th St 1st to 8th Ave

User Reviews

  • 'wichcraft

    Posted by Me on 10/28/2012

    Not Gourmet

    I disliked the gourmet sandwich the most. The service took so long, and my waiter gave me a hard time with ordering. Gourmet not reccomended.

  • 'wichcraft

    Posted by Leon on 01/25/2012

    Not recommended

    I dont recommend this place to anyone, last few times I ordered from there it took 60 minutes to deliver. and I live a few blocks away, plus the food was cold and dripping of oil. My suggestion to anyone who cant wait for 60-90 dont order from there

  • 'wichcraft

    Posted by Emily on 08/03/2011


    I was really excited about this place, so much so that I looked up the menu and photos online. Both of which are pretty deceiving. The sandwiches taste good, but are not worth half of what they're priced. I wanted really badly to like this place, but it has disappointed me every time I have gone there.

  • 'wichcraft

    Posted by Restaurant Lover on 02/26/2010

    I like this place

    I order from this place on occasion and I've never had a bad meal. They made great gourmet sandwiches that I'm happy to pay a little more for. Much better than a turkey w/swiss from the local deli. Desserts are great too. I love Tom's restaurants and will continue to keep eating his food.

  • 'wichcraft

    Posted by Anonymous on 11/12/2008

    Great sweet treats

    I'm a huge fan of Tom Colicchio, and have been to Craft in LA and am a frequent visitor to his stands in Bryant Park. I ordered the onion frittata sandwich which was alright. Probably not the best thing to have delivered because the bread was slightly too soggy and the sandwich was lukewarm by the time it got to me. Being the first time I've ordered delivery from wichcraft I thought I would be adventurous and order the brioche cinnamon roll! They were small but better than I could've imagined! Goes great with a glass of milk! The perfect treat to end a meal no matter what time of day, but be sure to order early because they run out!

  • 'wichcraft

    Posted by lily on 07/11/2008

    Delicious gourmet sandwiches

    I don't know what the last person was bellyaching about, but I think 'wichcraft has awesome sandwiches. They are not giant deli sandwiches. That's hardly the point. These are fascinating, delicious gourmet treats for people who are more concerned with taste treats than five pounds of pastrami. The white anchovy sandwiches are exquisite. The warm pear, smoked ham and cheddar sandwiches are to die for. If you like to be surprised by fine ingredients and delicious taste combinations, 'wichcraft sandwiches are worth every penny.

  • 'wichcraft

    Posted by The Deli Inspector on 10/19/2007

    best deal in Manhatten....

    .....if you are from England! Honestly, nothing says welcome to Manhattan like a $10 sandwich. Fine, but when your sandwich comes pre-made with a quarter ounce of meat on it, thats just plain robbery. I just finished my "gourmet" pastrami sandwich. It may have been the worst pastrami sandwich I have ever eaten. I asked the woman at the counter if they made they cooked the pastrami themselves or if it was pre-packaged, she said that they made it there. HA! the pastrami in my buildings cafeteria is twice as good as this. In short, the menu is small, the sandwiches un-imaginative, and the value is terrible. Celebrity chefs should stick to television and leave the sandwich business to the guys that actually slice the meat in front of you. Two thumbs down. Spend an extra four bucks and head down to a well known institution in the Lower East Side for a real pastrami sandwich that falls apart in your mouth and will make your stomach hurt its so big.

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