We popped in here for a light lunch and couldn't eat for the rest of the day!
Such a cool space off Bleeker Street that I'm not sure you'd recognise it's excellence simply walking past it.
I had been recommended the lobster roll but also fancied the fried skate sandwich so shared the two with my partner. The lobster roll served in a brioches roll was filled to the brim with lobster. The skate sandwich was even better and enormous! It was serve in ciabatta rolls and came with the obligatory skinny chips that seem to come with everything in New York.
I needed to flop and nap after eating so much but went back for a second time. This time my partners order was not what he ordered but the staff were unnecessarily over apologetic and refused to accept payment for all our drinks.
Will definitely be back for a 3rd visit on my next visit.