Cafe Berlin’s Stafford sandwich: Like a a savory french toast sandwich with ham and swiss inside. Nice.
Papa John’s: Just like Kostaki’s, but lacking the flavor, heat and speedy delivery.
International Cafe: Everyone knows it’s there but forgets to go. Too bad, because today their black bean soup kicked the cold weather in the pants.
Coffee Zone: Falafel wrap, officially underrated.
I love Cafe Berlin, their roasted sweet and regular potatoes are fantastic. I usually get the hummus wrap or the Mediterranean platter there. Brett had their Huevos Rancheros and insisted that I try to recreate it at home. What is up with their Tony Danza obsession though?
You know, I just walked by International Cafe yesterday while I was running an errand after work (it is nice to work on campus, I am so close to everything downtown). I was thinking, “Brett and I really need to try this place out, I’ve heard a lot of good things about it.” But alas, I never have.
And I must say, I LOVE Coffee Zone’s falafel wrap. Brett used to work there and Issam, the brother of the owner, makes his own “secret” recipe for the falafel. They are really good, though I must admit, I preferred it with the pita rather than the tortilla, but it is still good.
I think Coffee Zone in general is woefully underrated.
Good recommendations for Cafe Berlin, J. I’ll give those a shot next time I’m in.
Galnoir, anything specific we need to try at Coffee Zone? Their coffee’s been good when I’ve been in there and a hummus plate was excellent as well. Eagerly awaiting other recommendations.