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Posted by NadineRR on 12/04/2012
I can't vouch for all Zaro's locations, but I must alert everyone about Zaro's at Grand Central Terminal, and I assume the food is the same at all locations. When I got off the train, I noticed the knishes, potato and spinach, and they looked like a perfect combination of traditional ethnic and continental gourmet, 2 qualities for which NYC is famous. On the way back, I made a point of buying some of these knishes, and I found the quality of taste and texture exactly like the look:traditional NYC knishes and also like a fancy French pastry. Delicious! Excellent!They were $3.50, but definitely worth it. I've tried other foods there and they were all very good. But I must tell everyone about the knishes.
Posted by anonymous on 10/11/2011
Zaros used to make a decent lentil soup. It has been discontinued. I tried their black been instead. It is not good. It is more like black bean broth. The service also stinks. The counter staff is very unfriendly, even if you are a regular customer. You can make it all the way to the cashier without any of the counter staff making eye contact or taking you order. I will find another lunch spot or make my own soup.
Posted by mp on 08/01/2011
Usually, Zaro's is efficient, but this place in the morning is the worst. The servers have no idea what's going on and it takes them forever to do anything. I got what I thought was a bagel with lox spread and when I got to work, it was just a bagel - no spread. I had to go back and very little in terms of an apology or recompense. Not going here again, unless they improve significantly.
Posted by Shane on 04/20/2011
Est time for delivery was 15-30 mins. An hour later I received cold soup and a warm sprite. I wish I could at least say the soup was good however unfortunately not... very bland and small for the price.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/21/2010
Bagels and challah bread area the best