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MSP - Yum! on Excelsior Blvd


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MSP - Yum! on Excelsior Blvd

pgokey | Jul 13, 2007 02:30 PM

I ate lunch food there for the first time today - I've only previously gotten bakery items.

It strikes me as a bit expensive for what you get. I ordered the SW turkey panini. It wasn't a panini - it was a quesadilla. The turkey meat was lower-grade processed turkey. It was sort of an odd sandwich, really, but it tasted OK. It was $8 and did not come with any sides - no fruit or chips. I guess most of their sandwiches do. Given the quality of it, I am not sure why they have to chintz on it. I got a side of fries ($5, which seems high for a side) and a bottle of whater. Lunch was $15.50 - for water, sandwich and fries. For a cafeteria, that's high. Even for sit down, it's a bit much.

Some of the other things looked interesting. What menu items there have people been happy with? What's worth ordering? I know their menu changes very frequently, but some of their items are constant, it seems. If all meals are like what I had today, I won't go back. If people tell me there are other things that are better and/or more reasonably priced, I'll try it again.

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