Prince Street Cafe

★★★★★

About Prince Street Cafe

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Mon: 9:00 AM to 9:45 PM Tue: 9:00 AM to 9:45 PM Wed: 9:00 AM to 9:45 PM Thu: 9:00 AM to 9:45 PM Fri: 9:00 AM to 9:45 PM Sat: 9:00 AM to 9:45 PM Sun: 9:00 AM to 9:45 PM

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I ordered the marinated chicken sandwich on a baguette and it was superb. The chicken was juicy, the baguette was French-quality, and the cilantro aoili was the perfect accompaniment to a masterpiece of a sandwich. My friend ordered the ratatouille and goat cheese sandwich on sourdough. The flavorful combination of rich ratatouille and creamy goat cheese was brilliant! And the iced chai is perfect--not too sweet, not too spicy. The server even made sure that the chai's were made with our milk of choice (my friend then requested soymilk). Overall, a wonderful lunch at a very accommodating cafe.

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★★★★★

I ordered the marinated chicken sandwich on a baguette and it was superb. The chicken was juicy, the baguette was French-quality, and the cilantro aoili was the perfect accompaniment to a masterpiece of a sandwich. My friend ordered the ratatouille and goat cheese sandwich on sourdough. The flavorful combination of rich ratatouille and creamy goat cheese was brilliant! And the iced chai is perfect--not too sweet, not too spicy. The server even made sure that the chai's were made with our milk of choice (my friend then requested soymilk). Overall, a wonderful lunch at a very accommodating cafe.

Pros: great service, fair prices, extensive menu

Cons: no kids menu

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I had gotten off the wrong stop and landed in Little Italy I had decided to look around. Coming from Queens the envoirment was very different. When I steped in Prince ST. Cafe everyone was very nice. The menu SUPRISED me, nothing under $15! As I walked to the back of the cafe the pastiers called me! They were mouth-watering! As I walked to the back many like I where suprised to find it very big coming from the veiw of the front! I ordered a Prince Burger (Medium) and a cappucino. The cappucino was AMAZING! The foam wasnt watery and thin like in star bucks! It was thick and how a cappucino should be made! When the burger came I counld belive that $8 could buy me so much! And the first time in a long time the burger was cooked to medium like I asked. The fries also came with a herb mayo dipp and the fries where made there and then! Everything was very fresh! I then ordered a red velvet cupcake. Which again very fresh and delicious.(Kodos to Prince St. for making thier own cupcakes and pasteries and not buying from ANYONE!) Before I left the chefs thanked me and I had small talk. I really liked how I was like family and its very welcoming! Now I go there every week like a religion. YOU HAVE TO GO OR YOUR MISSING ALOT!

5
★★★★★

I had gotten off the wrong stop and landed in Little Italy I had decided to look around. Coming from Queens the envoirment was very different. When I steped in Prince ST. Cafe everyone was very nice. The menu SUPRISED me, nothing under $15! As I walked to the back of the cafe the pastiers called me! They were mouth-watering! As I walked to the back many like I where suprised to find it very big coming from the veiw of the front! I ordered a Prince Burger (Medium) and a cappucino. The cappucino was AMAZING! The foam wasnt watery and thin like in star bucks! It was thick and how a cappucino should be made! When the burger came I counld belive that $8 could buy me so much! And the first time in a long time the burger was cooked to medium like I asked. The fries also came with a herb mayo dipp and the fries where made there and then! Everything was very fresh! I then ordered a red velvet cupcake. Which again very fresh and delicious.(Kodos to Prince St. for making thier own cupcakes and pasteries and not buying from ANYONE!) Before I left the chefs thanked me and I had small talk. I really liked how I was like family and its very welcoming! Now I go there every week like a religion. YOU HAVE TO GO OR YOUR MISSING ALOT!

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I'm was shopping in NOLITA , on friday, when I discovered a great cafe. I had their Prince burger. It was juicy and fool of flavor. They use herb mayo, absolutely to die for. Perfect hand cut fries too. Triple berry smoothie was fantastic also. Everything on the menu looked great.

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★★★★★

I'm was shopping in NOLITA , on friday, when I discovered a great cafe. I had their Prince burger. It was juicy and fool of flavor. They use herb mayo, absolutely to die for. Perfect hand cut fries too. Triple berry smoothie was fantastic also. Everything on the menu looked great.

Pros: great value

Cons: no alcohol

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I have been here 3 three times now for lunch/brunch because I work so close by. Every time I go, the food gets worse! The servers are friendly, but very slow. I definitely do not recommend sitting next to the kitchen in the back of the restaurant. It gets really stuffy back there and there is a cook in the kitchen that is always yelling. Everything on the menu sounds really good and the prices are so reasonable, but don't be fooled! The omelettes are boring and runny. The pasta is heavy and bland. The falafel burger is dry. The pancakes are raw in the center! If you do find youself at this little cafe, stick with the basics: a cup of coffee, soup and a sandwich.

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★★☆☆☆

I have been here 3 three times now for lunch/brunch because I work so close by. Every time I go, the food gets worse! The servers are friendly, but very slow. I definitely do not recommend sitting next to the kitchen in the back of the restaurant. It gets really stuffy back there and there is a cook in the kitchen that is always yelling. Everything on the menu sounds really good and the prices are so reasonable, but don't be fooled! The omelettes are boring and runny. The pasta is heavy and bland. The falafel burger is dry. The pancakes are raw in the center! If you do find youself at this little cafe, stick with the basics: a cup of coffee, soup and a sandwich.

Pros: The prices are very reasonable

Cons: The food is a let-down

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In a city where the competition seems to be the next best cup of espresso-based coffee, its nice to stumble across a place that has incredible "cup" coffee (from a standard drip coffee). Not advertised as such, but this is the first cup of coffee that I've had in awhile that just makes you stop your conversation, take another sip, and go "wow, that's good." Highly recommended. And free coffee by the cup prior to 11AM on weekdays and weekends. The fritata and blueberry pancakes are phenomenal, but the banana pancakes are the coup d'etat - incredible in both presentation and flavour/taste/consistency.

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★★★★★

In a city where the competition seems to be the next best cup of espresso-based coffee, its nice to stumble across a place that has incredible "cup" coffee (from a standard drip coffee). Not advertised as such, but this is the first cup of coffee that I've had in awhile that just makes you stop your conversation, take another sip, and go "wow, that's good." Highly recommended. And free coffee by the cup prior to 11AM on weekdays and weekends. The fritata and blueberry pancakes are phenomenal, but the banana pancakes are the coup d'etat - incredible in both presentation and flavour/taste/consistency.

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I love this new place.By far the best breakfast I had in a while.Best pancakes ever .The staff is very friendly .I get their soups delievered - delicious.Everything is super fresh.

2
★★★★★

I love this new place.By far the best breakfast I had in a while.Best pancakes ever .The staff is very friendly .I get their soups delievered - delicious.Everything is super fresh.

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As a Nolita resident, I've grown tired of the trendy hipster spots like Gitane and Habana. After coming home recently from vacation, I noticed that Panino Sportivo had been shut down, and Prince Street Cafe had taken it's place. I went in yesterday as a skeptic, but trust me, this place is here to stay. I ordered the carrot ginger soup (absolutely amazing) and the Shrimp Wrap (again... sooooo good). Apparently former exec chef Gary Volkov from OIBL is the owner along with former colleague Konstyantyn. OIBL, its your loss. From the cozy decor to humble (although obviously inexperienced) waitstaff, I can tell this place is going to become a second home for me. I came back today (talking advantage of that wifi) to enjoy a cup of coffee and some bread pudding (cinnamon and chocolate... wow), listening to the staff, the locals, and watching the chefs interact with people, telling stories and thanking the customers for trying them out. So refreshing. Although there are definately some kinks they need to work out, the nice thing is ....it's almost a family environment here. One that I'd like to become a part of. I'll definately be back.

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★★★★★

As a Nolita resident, I've grown tired of the trendy hipster spots like Gitane and Habana. After coming home recently from vacation, I noticed that Panino Sportivo had been shut down, and Prince Street Cafe had taken it's place. I went in yesterday as a skeptic, but trust me, this place is here to stay. I ordered the carrot ginger soup (absolutely amazing) and the Shrimp Wrap (again... sooooo good). Apparently former exec chef Gary Volkov from OIBL is the owner along with former colleague Konstyantyn. OIBL, its your loss. From the cozy decor to humble (although obviously inexperienced) waitstaff, I can tell this place is going to become a second home for me. I came back today (talking advantage of that wifi) to enjoy a cup of coffee and some bread pudding (cinnamon and chocolate... wow), listening to the staff, the locals, and watching the chefs interact with people, telling stories and thanking the customers for trying them out. So refreshing. Although there are definately some kinks they need to work out, the nice thing is ....it's almost a family environment here. One that I'd like to become a part of. I'll definately be back.

Pros: Cheap, Friendly, Great food, And Relatively Unknown

Cons: Inexperienced Staff

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Sandwiches pack ingredients like sturgeon and the breakfast fare includes a duck confit omelet at this Nolita cafe.

 

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