Lair Hill Too Cafe

★★★☆☆

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The Lair Hill Too Cafe is an interesting place to go. It has a good selection of food-breakfast and lunch are what I have tried...plus espresso drinks to my liking. It is convenient to those whose offices are located near.

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The Lair Hill Too Cafe is an interesting place to go. It has a good selection of food-breakfast and lunch are what I have tried...plus espresso drinks to my liking. It is convenient to those whose offices are located near.

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I eat lunch at Lair Hill Too almost every workday. It's a small family-run deli operation with an eclectic assortment of sandwiches, daily soups, various rice/vegetable/protein "bowls" and daily specials, with a big espresso machine for your morning caffeine fix.

I am in love with the Spicy Pork special on Tuesdays and even if my wife packs me a lunch, or I accidentally bring leftovers on a Tuesday, I will park it in my office refrigerator for another day in order to get my fix of spicy pork.

Other specials include a tasty curry rice bowl, udon noodles, a hefty taco salad, and spaghetti on Friday. As I said, an eclectic assortment of dishes.

They offer an enormous breakfast burrito with either bacon or ham as standard options, although they will happily substitute turkey if you're feeling low-fat virtuous. But don't feel too virtuous - the burrito is loaded with eggs, hashbrowns, salsa, and your choice of meat filling. It's currently $4.50 and wonderfully filling.

I find prices very reasonable. The venue is not particularly attractive - it's pretty utilitarian and oriented toward the workaday lunch - but the food is just right for a quick and easy lunch or snack, and the owners are personable and quick to learn your likes and dislikes.

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I eat lunch at Lair Hill Too almost every workday. It's a small family-run deli operation with an eclectic assortment of sandwiches, daily soups, various rice/vegetable/protein "bowls" and daily specials, with a big espresso machine for your morning caffeine fix.

I am in love with the Spicy Pork special on Tuesdays and even if my wife packs me a lunch, or I accidentally bring leftovers on a Tuesday, I will park it in my office refrigerator for another day in order to get my fix of spicy pork.

Other specials include a tasty curry rice bowl, udon noodles, a hefty taco salad, and spaghetti on Friday. As I said, an eclectic assortment of dishes.

They offer an enormous breakfast burrito with either bacon or ham as standard options, although they will happily substitute turkey if you're feeling low-fat virtuous. But don't feel too virtuous - the burrito is loaded with eggs, hashbrowns, salsa, and your choice of meat filling. It's currently $4.50 and wonderfully filling.

I find prices very reasonable. The venue is not particularly attractive - it's pretty utilitarian and oriented toward the workaday lunch - but the food is just right for a quick and easy lunch or snack, and the owners are personable and quick to learn your likes and dislikes.

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InBok and Sun and family run a very nice basic deli, with friendly service (although it can get a little hectic at lunchtime - better to call ahead). InBok does BBQ day on Wednesday during the summer months, and the grilled burgers are just like you make at home. The chicken salad sandwich is pretty good - they put dill in it, a nice surprise. I don't care for their stir fried veggies - frozen, from a bag, and could definitely improve. However, the trick is ordering the right thing. Breakfast sandwiches are pretty good, as is the BLT.

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InBok and Sun and family run a very nice basic deli, with friendly service (although it can get a little hectic at lunchtime - better to call ahead). InBok does BBQ day on Wednesday during the summer months, and the grilled burgers are just like you make at home. The chicken salad sandwich is pretty good - they put dill in it, a nice surprise. I don't care for their stir fried veggies - frozen, from a bag, and could definitely improve. However, the trick is ordering the right thing. Breakfast sandwiches are pretty good, as is the BLT.

Pros: nice folks, chicken salad with dill

Cons: frozen veggies

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They make the best turkey sandwiches! You pick your choice of breads and cheese. These sandwiches can't be beat! I'm grateful they are close to my office. Very nice people too~

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They make the best turkey sandwiches! You pick your choice of breads and cheese. These sandwiches can't be beat! I'm grateful they are close to my office. Very nice people too~

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A very nice Asian couple runs this no frills deli, and most of the time they handle it by themselves. Which means the service can be hit or miss, depending on how busy they are.

The menu here runs the gamut from pho noodle soup and bento, to spaghetti and meatballs, to soup, sandwiches, and chili smothered baked potatoes.

They have no specialty, and consequently, none of the food here is really special. For those of us working in this neighborhood, it is one of the only places to eat...thus the crowded lunch hour.

If I were to recommend something, I'd say stick with the roast beef or B.L.T. sandwich ($4.50)where the meat is piled high and the bread is usually fresh. Everything else on the menu is just "okay" except the espresso drinks, which are awful.

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A very nice Asian couple runs this no frills deli, and most of the time they handle it by themselves. Which means the service can be hit or miss, depending on how busy they are.

The menu here runs the gamut from pho noodle soup and bento, to spaghetti and meatballs, to soup, sandwiches, and chili smothered baked potatoes.

They have no specialty, and consequently, none of the food here is really special. For those of us working in this neighborhood, it is one of the only places to eat...thus the crowded lunch hour.

If I were to recommend something, I'd say stick with the roast beef or B.L.T. sandwich ($4.50)where the meat is piled high and the bread is usually fresh. Everything else on the menu is just "okay" except the espresso drinks, which are awful.

 

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