Settepani

★★★☆☆
  • 196 Malcolm X Blvd

    New York, NY 10026

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  • 917-492-4806

About Settepani

Hours
Daily 10am-11pm

Food

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Why does every new business in the 'new' Harlem charge prices only seen in London or the Hamptons?? The people living in this are are not all rich and the neighborhood has a LONG way to go before it's the upper east side. $10 for a pannini or a tomato, mozzaralla and basil plate is absurd in Harlem or almost any area of NYC for that matter. The food was fine, not amazing, service yes slow and unattentive, and they tried to charge us $2 for a refill of regular coffee after the non-english speaking Russian waitress said there was no charge..."I'll refund your money THIS TIME" the manager says...well that's friggin' great 'cause there will be no next time. LOWER YOUR FOOD PRICES and learn what CUSTOMER SERVICE is and Harlem will be more than hot, it will be SMOKIN'!!!

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★★☆☆☆

Why does every new business in the 'new' Harlem charge prices only seen in London or the Hamptons?? The people living in this are are not all rich and the neighborhood has a LONG way to go before it's the upper east side. $10 for a pannini or a tomato, mozzaralla and basil plate is absurd in Harlem or almost any area of NYC for that matter. The food was fine, not amazing, service yes slow and unattentive, and they tried to charge us $2 for a refill of regular coffee after the non-english speaking Russian waitress said there was no charge..."I'll refund your money THIS TIME" the manager says...well that's friggin' great 'cause there will be no next time. LOWER YOUR FOOD PRICES and learn what CUSTOMER SERVICE is and Harlem will be more than hot, it will be SMOKIN'!!!

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The deserts are to die for. A lot of people have breakfast meetings here (I'm one of them). The coffee is excellent; deserts are even better. The clientele is on the upscale side, but not stuffy.

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★★★★☆

The deserts are to die for. A lot of people have breakfast meetings here (I'm one of them). The coffee is excellent; deserts are even better. The clientele is on the upscale side, but not stuffy.

Pros: Tasty food and coffee

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The only thing this place gives is a good cup of coffee(when you finally get it). We need something more here. The service is slow and the servers seem, and like many others have said, disinterested in serving you at all. They are the only thing in the neighborhood right now and I hope someone else moves in to give them some much needed competition. I'm through with going there.

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★★★☆☆

The only thing this place gives is a good cup of coffee(when you finally get it). We need something more here. The service is slow and the servers seem, and like many others have said, disinterested in serving you at all. They are the only thing in the neighborhood right now and I hope someone else moves in to give them some much needed competition. I'm through with going there.

Pros: Good coffee to go

Cons: Slow service, and general unattentiveness

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Granted, this place has great sweet treats: pecan pie, fruit tarts, and marble cheescake can't be beat. And reasonable prices! BUT you'd get better service on an airplane . . . in coach. Agonizingly slow, even when it's only half-full. Takeout orders are the worst. Whoever is behind the counter seems to think their job for the day is to mingle with the other employees rather than serve the customers. You can usually expect a 5-10 minute wait for a coffee order, and 10-15 minutes for a cup of soup to go, even when you are the only customer there! My last visit was an all-time low: 15 minute wait for soup, which luckily I took back home, as the disinterested counterperson included a plastic knife and fork . . . but no spoon. How can it possibly take 15 minutes to reheat and serve a cup of soup?! Ugh.

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★★★☆☆

Granted, this place has great sweet treats: pecan pie, fruit tarts, and marble cheescake can't be beat. And reasonable prices! BUT you'd get better service on an airplane . . . in coach. Agonizingly slow, even when it's only half-full. Takeout orders are the worst. Whoever is behind the counter seems to think their job for the day is to mingle with the other employees rather than serve the customers. You can usually expect a 5-10 minute wait for a coffee order, and 10-15 minutes for a cup of soup to go, even when you are the only customer there! My last visit was an all-time low: 15 minute wait for soup, which luckily I took back home, as the disinterested counterperson included a plastic knife and fork . . . but no spoon. How can it possibly take 15 minutes to reheat and serve a cup of soup?! Ugh.

Pros: Great desserts, Very good coffee

Cons: Horrendous service, Terrible service, Nonexistent Service

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Service is absolutely awful! Eat before you go..you'll be waiting awhile.

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★★★☆☆

Service is absolutely awful! Eat before you go..you'll be waiting awhile.

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This is a great coffeeshop in the quickly becoming fashionable area of Lenox Avenue in Harlem. The interior is warm and inviting, the service is great. You must try the cheesecake with FRESH strawberries on top. I'm don't even usually like cheesecake that much, but they make it great at Settepani. This is a great place to stop and relax in Harlem.

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★★★★★

This is a great coffeeshop in the quickly becoming fashionable area of Lenox Avenue in Harlem. The interior is warm and inviting, the service is great. You must try the cheesecake with FRESH strawberries on top. I'm don't even usually like cheesecake that much, but they make it great at Settepani. This is a great place to stop and relax in Harlem.

Pros: warm, inviting, tasty

 

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