Recently discovered Cafe Nana.
Secret because it's hidden inside the Hillel building at Columbia. But it's open to the public. It delivers. And the food is surprisingly good. Very good indeed.
Short order cooking and sandwiches with a Middle Eastern slant.
They make up sandwiches, shakshuka , etc. while you wait. Good fresh bread. The food arrives hot. I had a sandwich named The Tzfoni - Mozzarella, tomatoes, & fresh basil on ciabetta, it was lightly toasted, the cheese was melty, it was delicious. Because it is a small place, however, my sandwich would have been cold if I had waited to take a bite until everyone at the table was served. But I was impressed by the food.
They were advertising superbowl platters.
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