Excellent Bagel, Cream Cheese, Salmon, and very fresh eggs. Nice Staff and quick service. A place worth visiting
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We dropped in to get a quick take-away sandwich and made a huge error in not looking at the advertised price. It was quite small and I thought it could not be very expensive. We were so taken aback at the cash register when they asked for $16 for each sandwich that we actually paid in confusion. We thought maybe... More
EAT has a good reputation, and from the number of tourists it is clear that it is written up in several guidebooks. So my wife and I went there for breakfast one recent weekend. I ordered a ham-and-cheese croissant and my wife a bread basket. I had coffee and she had an orange juice. The croissant was stale, probably a... More
I was told i must go to Zabar's for a hot pastrami sandwich. maps.googlescum offered 2 locations and I chose the closer one. Unfortunately, it was really "E.A.T. (owned by Eli Zabar)" but but not listed as such by googlescum. There is no pastrami at E.A.T.: THIS IS NOT ZABAR'S. In fact, after I entered this restaurant, I was greeted... More
Popular deli with a wide range of home cooked and freshly baked foods and pastries. Very busy with take out and dinning service. Food is very good quality and friendly service. Freshly made granola and breads with good coffee and wide range of deli items.
Walked by this place and from the outside you could see a lot of fresh treats to eat. I got my wife a massive macaroon from there and my son a st patricks day cookie. It cost $13 so not the cheapest but it was very good. They have a sitting area so you can eat a full meal and... More
The food was pretty standard and the prices expensive. Couldn't complain about the service but it quite simply wasn't worth what we paid.
Make sure your credit card is in good standing when you go to EAT; it's expensive ! We stopped in for lunch and we were afflicted by sticker shock, or should I say menu shock. I'm not really sure why we stayed after seeing the menu but we did. Sandwiches ranged from about $22 to $28. A grilled cheese sandwich... More
This is a great place to eat before or after a visit to the nearby Met Museum. You enter and walk through the retail section where you can buy Eli Zabar's fabulous breads and rolls, prepared foods, produce, and other products to go, and turn right to get to the Café where there is waiter service. The menu includes delicious... More
It was never going to be cheap! The upper east side is New York's Mayfair so the question is really was it any good? Well they got the order wrong, but otherwise the service was quick. The basic coffee was adequate and there were 2 1/2 cups in the $5 pot so it wasn't bad value for money. The sandwich... More
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