Good to see a unique indie sandwhich joint specialising in croque monsieur. Not for the lactose intolerant or gluten free! Portion size was reasonable. Staff were polite.
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Nice, but tiny cafe specializing in croque monsieur and analog sandwiches. And you can get a glass of wine - which is nice. Pleasant eating area upstairs, but can get crowded and suffers from clingons who don't leave after eating. Neat association with Anais Nin...More
Great coffee shop and even greater place to have a sandwich or as the french call it croque monsieur or croque madame!!! Many options for every taste plus some sweets options too. Either you are a vegetarian or you like everything in your sandwich plus...More
This is a fabulous coffee house and sandwich shop. It has upstairs seating where you can actually sit and hear each other. It serves excellent coffee. Warm milk is standard: they don't send you to an island to pour your own milk and they don't...More
It's very small and in a quaint Soho building which gives it the charm....and it is charming. The coffee, tea and pastry options make it a great place to stop in, although there is not a staff to keep things organized and tidy, and I...More
This French cafe serves delicious pressed sandwiches using fresh artisan ingredients. They have a cheese of the week, in addition to, cheeses from the famous Murrays Cheese shop in town. Lots of unique and unusual sandwiches. They also have breakfast sandwiches until 11. There are...More
French purists may quibble with the liberties taken at this nook of a restaurant on West 13th, but hungry Americans will enjoy the creative riffs based on the core croque monsieur concept. Order in the front and then take your sandwich to a small table...More
Besides the classic croque monsieur, this little place offers the croque madame and about ten other sandwiches plus a few salads and of course, coffee and other drinks. My Mr. Lawrence was basically a tuna melt and was excellent. They also offer wine by the...More
We walked by this place and it looked cute so we stopped for lunch. Turns out the building was at one time occupied by Anaïs Nin who had a small printing business there. The various croques are named after her many paramours. I had the...More
Loved the food and coffee and the prices. A great spot for locals and tourists looking for a more European style breakfast. Check out the interesting story behind the name of each sandwich.