'wichcraft, SF report w/ menu typed up!
- hhc Oct 17, 2006 11:05 PM
I went to 'wichcraft Tues 10/17 to try it out. It wasn't busy at all at 11am which was nice for me.
Noticed the drinks that you can help yourself to on the left of the cashiers. I got Fizzy Lizzy Fuji Apple soda 12 oz for $2.25, they had other drinks and bottled water including Vignette wine soda.
I couldn't decide on the sandwich I wanted, but finally picked roasted turkey which has avocado, bacon, onion relish & aioli on ciabatta roll $9.50. It's a small sandwich, turkey meat was dry, didn't taste any onion relish or aioli, avocado wasn't quite ripe. bacon was ok.
I also got one of the soups of the day: lentil w/ parmesan cheese. I liked it, wish it was a bit warmer. The other soup was tomato w/ parmesan cheese.
They take credit card and you'll need it, it's so expensive. They give you a flat plastic number and somebody brings it to you.
My total with tax was $17.07!! Very full now though.
I'll go back to try more *(see below). Recommended.
Hours now are 8am-6pm 7 days a week. They are fixing a bar area and probably in a few weeks they will extend their hrs.
I got a take-out menu so here it is:
Breakfast sandwiches & (served all day)
fried eggs --bacon, gorgonzola & frisee sandwich on ciabatta roll $6.25
onion frittata sandwich-roasted tomatoes & cheddar on ciabatta roll $6
smoked ham-avocado & butter sandwich on baguette $5
chunky peanut butter & seasonal jelly sandwich on triple decked pullman white $5
Greek yogurt w/ granola & honey $4
steel cut oatmeal w/ cinnamon brown sugar butter, toasted nuts & dried fruit $4
stone ground grits w/ smoked ham & yellow cheddar $4
Cool sandwiches (served from 11am)
goat cheese-avocado, celery, walnut pesto & watercress on multigrain bread $9
marinated white anchovies--soft-cooked egg, roasted onion, salsa verde & frisee on country bread $8.50
Sicilian tuna -fennel, black olives, aioli & lemon on baguette $8
chicken salad-walnuts, roasted tomatoes, pickled red onions & frisee on multigrain bread $9.50
salami -marinated cauliflower, mustard & baby beet greens on ciabatta roll $8
chopped chickpeas-roasted peppers, black olives, lemon & parsley on country bread $7
mortadela-mushrooms, pickled grapes & black olive mayo on sourdough $7.50
*half sandwich & soup-chicken salad, tuna, goat cheese, or chickpea sandwich & soup $8.50 (darn, didn't notice this 'til I got home)
in the mood for a salad? tuna, chicken salad, anchovies or chickpeas work great over greens too
Warm sandwiches (served from 11am)
pastrami-sauerkraut, Swiss cheese & whole grain mustard on grilled rye bread $9.50
chicken breast-roasted red pepper, mozzarella & pesto on grilled country bread $9.75
roasted turkey-avocado, bacon, onion relish & aioli on ciabatta roll $9.50
slow roasted pork-red cabbage, jalapenos & mustard on ciabatta roll $8.50
roasted pork-coppa, pickled pepper relish & fontina on grilled country bread $9.25
meatloaf-cheddar, bacon & tomato relish on ciabatta roll $9.25
**BBQ flank steak-roasted shitake mushrooms, grilled red onions on pressed ciabatta roll $9
**This menu item was developed by our Fresh Air Fund interns..Proceeds of this sandwich will be donated to the Fresh Air Fund.
grilled fontina-black trumpet mushrooms & truffle fondue on pullman white bread $9
grilled gruyere-& caramelized onions on rye bread $5.50
grilled cheddar-smoked ham, pear & mustard on cranberry-pecan bread $6.50
Soups & sides
olive oil potato chips-garlic or rosemary $2
marinated chickpeas $3
fruit salad-pineapple, mango, orange & grapefruit $3
daily soups $4 check www.wichcraftnyc.com
breakfast bread $2.50
cream'wich-peanut butter, chocolate $1
brownies & fruit bars $2
chocolate cupcake $2.75
868 Mission St (in the Westfield SF Center, next to Bloomingdales
eat-in, take-out, catering & delivery
I tried the same sandwich yesterday- same thing dry meat and only the bottom of the bread was heated- so I had to eat it open faced and ask for more aioli to moisten it- I was expecting better hopefully it will improve
tried the sardine sandwich as well- not bad but everything was very acidic and not so well balanced
the potato soup was good though
Thanks for taking the time to put up the whole menu online....I really appreciate your making this effort! I will ofcourse give it a try...I hope someone clues them into our reports on Chowhound so that their 'shakedown' will end on a positive note...they only have one month to 'get it right' at least in my book!
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