I ordered a ham and spinach breakfast burrito and a medium coffee for $6. The burrito was scrambled egg, a slice of ham and some spinach. Nothing special, but it was good nonetheless. I felt it was a bit overpriced, but the service was good and the restaurant itself was very nice.
very nice place to have lunch, I have been going there for lunch for a long time and no change on taste or service so far, always nice and tasty. For a full meal, try the combos, the tomato and pepper soup is a little bit sweet, if you are not on to it, just ask one of the other 2 options.
Great little eatery near the convention center (close enough to walk). Even though they were slammed with the convention center lunch crowd, the fresh food arrived promptly. I enjoyed my salad, and my colleagues enjoyed their wraps and sandwiches. Their promptness was definitely impressive, considering the amount of people there. The food was great, and the service was great!
Exactly what I wanted! Small, fresh and inexpensive café with good sandwhich and salad options. $6.99 for a turkey wrap, $8.99 if you add chips and drink. Perfect! Will be back to try the breakfast options.
As soon as my friends and I came into the building, we were greeted with smiles, the genuine kind. They were speedy and accurate, I'd recommend 10/10
I've worked across the street from Grace Deli & Cafe for over two years now and I FINALLY tried this place out recently. Better late than never!
My coworker went on a one-month streak consuming the same sandwich from here every day for lunch. I wanted to see what all the hype was about and oh my god, they make a life changing veggie sandwich. Veggie Patch on marbled rye, you're welcome. I know what you're thinking, how can a veggie sandwich be so good? I don't know either. It just is.
It's a small place inside the EY building with tables for dining in, but also perfect for a quick meal to take back to the office. I've witnessed a lot of colleagues eating soups, salads, sandwiches, wraps, breakfast burritos etc. from here with no complaints.
If I'm ever craving carbs in the form of bread, then it must be a Veggie Patch!
I stopped by here somewhat early on this past Friday morning with my coworker for breakfast. We were looking for somewhere with a hot breakfast and Grace Deli happened to be right across the street from where we're staying. It's a smallish shop on W San Carlos Street right across the street from the Hilton and convention center. The inside of Grace has a place to order you food, some coolers and plenty of seating. The walls are covered in some old school looking posters and mirrors.
For breakfast on this day I decided to go with the super burrito. The menu said it consisted of All-natural scrambled eggs, mild cheddar cheese melted, ham, bacon, avocado, potato and it also came with a side of salsa. Whenever it came to the table I noticed it was a somewhat small burrito but whenever I picked it was heavy which was I found to be a good thing. The burrito itself ended up being quite tasty and I loved how crispy the bacon was and that the avocado provided a nice texture contrast in addition to its flavor. Actually everything about it was pretty good and the salsa on the side even provided some needed acidity to the dish. Whenever I had finished my burrito I was full and satisfied. The best part about it? You can get the super burrito for $4.99. My coworker and I were actually debating how they could even make money selling it for that price.
The bottom line for me is that I would head back here again in the future. Grace Deli is a great place where not only do you get good food but a good bang for your buck too.
The food is a B-. If you try the food, you'll know why. Excess amount of mushroom in the burrito and why does everyone default to whole milk in a coffee? Maybe give skim a try for God's sake.
"I think I'm just gonna go downstairs for lunch."
Since I work upstairs, the convenience factor is a plus, since the food does get prepped rather quickly. However...
Come here if you want overpriced sandwiches at $6+ that look like something you could make in the kitchen if you had the cooking expertise of Wikipedia. Soups here have salt as the main ingredient. Their salads don't offend in any way.
In a dystopian post-capitalism world, this would be the final beacon of American food.
Until then, hard pass.
Decent to Strong 2
Grilled Chicken Sandwich w/o bacon is delicious, try non-sauced to get real feast. Great service; fast, friendly & clean!
Grace Deli is awesome!
The owners are very courteous, friendly and polite.
The Asian chicken salad is very very good and I substitute the chicken with tuna as they are always happy to make the change.
The catering for over 10ppl has been very well accepted in our building and I use them to host some of our smaller events.
Keep up the good work!!
I was staying in a hotel a few blocks away and found this on Yelp. The reviews were good so I took a chance. It was amazing!! I had the Super Burrito bowl and side of watermelon for under $10. The owner was very pleasant. I would definitely recommend this deli if you're in the area.
Stopped by for breakfast while I was in town for a conference. This place was awesome! Bright, cheerful, and a huge selection of both vegetarian and meat options. Very friendly staff, and super quick service. Oh, and the best breakfast burrito I've had in a very long time. I'll be back tomorrow!
A decent little sandwich shop that serves paini/toasted sandwiches and some soups. Its not bad but not stellar either and will run you for about $9 for their meal deals.
They have everything you need in a sandwich shop and also serve breakfast stuff like burritos/breakfast bowls. My friend said that they liked my sandwich better though.
Just plain yummy! Its a cute little deli across the street from the Hilton. Paninis are just sooo good. The crowd starts @ 11:30 for lunch but the service is friendly and quick. Worth a try if you're in the area =)
For a quick and cheap breakfast or lunch eat, it's a definite yes. Nothing else close by in general or that has great choices, low prices and quick service. I'm a fan of the melts for lunch, breakfast burrito or bowl for breakfast and iced coffee anytime. Skip the soups. If you're geographically close by it's a good choice. If you have time for something sit down, skip it.
Great deli located right across from the Hilton. Beats paying double or triple the price for breakfast or lunch inside of the hotel. The food was great and the cafe was very clean. I loved it!
SIte - Typical deli cafe located in a business plaza/EY building.
Mediterranean sandwich - $5, blissful, basic, and hot. Delicious artichoke hearts, eggplant, swiss cheese, and pesto mayo were smashed neatly between two hot flattened focaccia breads. It was warming and not bloating to the stomach.
To be clear I don't give 5 stars lightly. I was at a conference in the area for 3 days and I ate lunch here everyday. Day 1: "Classic Turkey" simple but executed very well great Great ingredients and great bread. Day 2: "Grilled Chicken Pepperoni" I think this was my favorite. I was surprised to find think cut chicken breast rather than deli cut. The flavors were great I love banana peppers especially with pepperoni. Day 3: "chicken Caesar wrap" probably my least favorite of the 3 but still really good. It is exactly what it says it is and very fresh. If I had one criticism it would be that the ingredients in the wrap could have been more evenly distributed. The first half I ate had virtually no chicken, but man that second half was like a chicken Caesar burrito tm. Now if you'll excuse me I have a burrito idea to trademark ;)
Don't expect high-end flavors, but this little cafe does just the trick if you're attending an event at the convention center and just can't take the catered food.
I had the chicken caesar salad, a bag of chips, and an iced coffee, all of which did the trick. The flavors are pretty basic, so there's really not much to write about. They have a decent selection of both hot and cold sandwiches, plus different combination choices. Soup or salad and half a sandwich, soup and salad, chips/sandwich/drink, etc.
The man taking my order was very kind and patient as I had to dig through my purse to find my wallet. He even brought my food to me. There was a good number of people there which made me feel better about my choice.
If anything, come here for the expansive outdoor seating area. There's plenty of tables, a few couch-style seats with tables, and benches. It was a gorgeous day so I took my food outside.
There are certainly other options in the area, many of which are probably better quality and better tasting, but if you're looking for a no-frills just give me food and get outta here, come to Grace Deli!