245 5th Ave, New York, NY 10016
Phone: (917) 482-4210
Cafe 28 Gourmet Deli
Cuisines: Sandwiches, Cafeterias, Dessert
Price Range : Average
Outdoor Seating: No
Takes Reservations: No
Bike Parking: No
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02/14/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Once I found out about this place, it became the ""fail-safe"" for my lunches. I know what to expect, and there's enough variety to cycle through your favorites for two weeks.
My only complaint is that sometimes during lunch-hour it gets so packed in it's difficult to move around in there.
There's also plenty of seating upstairs, and in the summer it's a block away from Madison Sq. Park... all around its a great lunch stop - definitely recommended.
11/24/2008Provided by Citysearch -
This place is getting 4 stars bc of sheer variety. You cannot hate a place that has sushi, toasted/pressed sandwiches, hot bar, cold bar, salad bar, soup bar, make your own burrito, and so much more!
The women behind the counter are not very nice though.
03/20/2008Provided by Citysearch -
This restaurant is one of the best I've been too. It is very convenient for me because my office is only a few blocks away. It's location is also very nice, being close to the Empire State Building, a tourist attraction, and also very close to the subway. The food is extremely delicious with a wide variety of different food. There is fresh sushi, hot gourmet food, salads, fruits, and panini. Inside, it gives off a nice, pleasant vibe when eating, and also very clean. The owner is usually extremely friendly, but can get rough when people steal food and cause trouble. Well worth going to.
12/11/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Open 24/7 for great meals at a value. Nice atmosphere. Fresh fruit bar/hot food buffet (for approx $6.50/single visit) or cooked-to-order items. Close to the Empire St. Bldg & subway station. Also, can shop for snack items like peanuts & candy, etc. We ate here twice for breakfast because it was located literally 1/4 block to the corner from our hotel. Enjoyed our meal each time. We were able to be quickly served, eat by a window where we could see the Empire State Bldg., and take off for a quick walk to the subway, Empire St. Bldg. or Herald Square.
10/22/2006Provided by Citysearch -
The lunch hours here are probably some of busiest of any business in the area. The food here is shockingly very good and of some of the most delectable variety with solid prices. The staff is accommodating and the owner (Korean) is extremely friendly.