Carve Unique Sandwiches
760 8th Ave, New York, NY 10036
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04/08/2005Provided by Citysearch -
I stumbled across this great find two weeks ago and have been back 3 times since. The sandwiches are fresh, great tasting, and pretty filling. The chef combines a unique variety of flavors in each sandwich, which really hightens the taste buds. If you are undecided about which sandwich to choose, go for the ""Indecision"", which is a trio of smaller sandwiches on the menu. Last but not least, you have to try the Mac and Cheese......yum, yum! The only downside to this ""place"" is the limited seating. Go before 12:30 to beat the crowds.
11/04/2004Provided by Citysearch -
I eat at Carve everyday. I just happened on this review page and I couldn't believe that people were talking bad about it!
I've ordered every single thing on the menu and usually have a hard time choosing. They have yummy soups and a 3 cheese macoroni and cheese that is awesome! They also have fresh made scones in the morning that I dream about at night.
I invite the people who didn't like to go back and order the ""Indecision"". You will get to taste 3 small verisons of larger sandwiches and maybe you'll find something you like better.
Oh yeah, cool staff too!
08/15/2004Provided by Citysearch -
I try to stop at this great new shop a couple of times a week. Contrary to the reviewer who found the meats inedible--i find them irrestible. They look great and are artfully assembled into really good sandwiches. Most of all they are really real--real chicken, pork, beef and more (soft shell crabs!) Highly recommend--though I, too, wish there was seating.
07/15/2004Provided by Citysearch -
After reading all the opening clippings about Carve, i thought i'd wander down the street from my office and give it a shot. The place was packed but was moving peple through pretty fast. Finally a bright and clean sandwich shop. I order the 4th of July Picnic, the new cobb and an order of the pecan cups. Both sandwiches were awesome. Totally fresh, great bread. I just wish there was a place to sit. It's my new place to eat!!!
06/29/2004Provided by Citysearch -
I had the pork loin sandwich lunch box special. With a soda my lunch came to $12.75 which I thought was a tad pricey. The lunch box included a loose handful of kettle chips (not in a bag but a handful in the bottom of the box), an underripe peach and an OK choco cheesecake brownie - could havae been sweeter. My pork loin sandwich was very yummy but a little chintzy on the pork and way too much red cabbage...but still tasty. The real winner was my friend's Thanksgiving Dinner sandwich. The turkey was amazing...thickly sliced and juicy with a delicious apple stuffing. I think her lunch with soda came to just over $8.00. So I recommend going a la carte unless you are guaranteed edible fruit and a truly delicious desert.