Stopped in with my wife for a quick lunch. Turkey club and grilled cheese, coffee and a Coke. $70! Good by a bit too much.
I was in the area this week and wanted to grab a quick bite before my next appointment. While I had purchased a few items from their carry out section, I never had lunch in the restaurant portion of the establishment. Boy, was I shocked at the prices. Now I am in NYC every week, and have dined at many... More
You can purchase food to carry or it in the place The place is crowded and noisy The qaultiy fo the food is good
From the outside the place looks like a regular neighborhood deli. Inside I was shocked by the prices. The country sandwich I had was good, but nothing special. And certainly not worth what they charge you for. Never again will they see me here and I urge others to avoid the place too.
E.A.T. has an interesting variety of food. It is slightly overpriced but not by much in NYC standards. Always crowded, decent service, good solid food. Not extraordinary but definitely a good, tasty lunch with many options. I am always happy to have lunch here.
Fabulous place for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You will find this Madison Avenue restaurant busy any time of the day. You are efficiently seated, and immediately a beautiful bread basket, with butter is brought to the table. This bread is always outstanding! The front of the restaurant has take-out, and the prepared foods are always scrumptious. Breads and such are... More
We only popped in for a snack as we headed home from the museums, but the fresh foods in the counter display looked amazing. Yes, the menu was expensive. We chose a charcuterie plate to share as it seemed reasonable value - came with a fantastic range of breads, plenty of butter, generous portion of meat. No, it wasn't crowded... More
I couldnt believe how expensive this place was. Service was bad and food wasnt great. Coffee was terrible. I actually sent it back. For $5 I expect a decent cup of coffee! In my opinion avoid this place at all costs!!!
We decided to stop and eat at this cafe during a walk from central park since it was raining. We had such good luck in NYC with food we figured it was all good, we were WRONG! A grilled cheese sandwich, 1 beer, and a black bean/corn salad cost $47. The place is small, the servers don't speak English and... More
You know you are on the Upper East Side when a sandwich costs you $20. Everything at this deli cafe is delicious, the bread is fantastic, but the sticker shock is unbelievable. We split three salads (three spoonfuls of each on one plate, $26) between two people, and augmented the salads with the generous bread basket. It made a decent... More
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