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“Soup's on”
Review of Cafe 107 - CLOSED

Cafe 107
Cuisines: American
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Reviewed July 16, 2012

Their tomato bisque soup is a favorite, although their other soups are great too. Their sandwiches are served on delicious breads and you can even get half sandwich and cup of soup (plenty even for hungry appetite). This is a great lunch place.

Thank chicsheshe
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Reviewed July 8, 2012

We waited for a really long time for our food (wraps) to be delivered. The menu warns of this as the food is made when ordered. Wouldn't have minded so much, except they got the order wrong. (We weren't willing to wait for them to start over again) It was obvious our waiter was distracted when we ordered...never made eye contact with us. Really just wasn't paying attention. Yes, the food was good. But, everyone was unfriendly, starting with the hostess. Got the feeling they weren't looking for repeat customers. Treated like a tourist. Too many other good eateries around.

Thank GoClemson
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Reviewed July 8, 2012

We were looking for a late lunch, wanted something small, and this was a veryyyyy small sandwich for the price, compared to the surrounding eateries. Side was about 2 Tb., of pasta salad. $5 for a split, don't even think about it. Nice staff, forgot to give us sweetner for our unsweet tea and waited a while for refill on tea on this hot day.

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Thank VOBR
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Reviewed June 25, 2012

Cafe 107 is tucked in behind the Wells Fargo Bank at the Crossroads in Cashiers. It is casual and has great sandwiches and their Immune power soup is awesome. So healthy in a broth base with lots of veggies. Tables are well apart from each other and they have excellent homemade deserts and pleasant staff. You can eat inside or outside and you will enjoy the entire experience. We live in Cashiers and go at least once a week when we venture off our mountain.

Thank HighTimbers
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Reviewed April 20, 2012

Good food but a bit pricey for small sandwiches and salads

Thank Bernard F
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