Very fresh! Great flavors!.
I've been to Nosh a couple times now. I am a vegetarian, and their menu seems mediocre to me initially. Now that I've been there a couple of times, I've realized they are willing to work with you on their menu to eliminate things that you don't want (meat) and add things that you do want (veggies). They don't necessarily have a heavy hitting protein item for a vegetarian, but it is definitely fresh and delicious.
It's not a "nice" restaurant. It's a get in and get your quick lunch food type place. Their service is quick, helpful and friendly. Their sweet tea is delicious, and every vegetable item tastes freshly prepared and wonderful. Even the picky eaters in my office can find something tasty to nosh on.
Hand-Made Crackers Make Me Go Back. I love a place that works really hard to please the customer. When I go out, I want to feel like my money has been well spent, that I am well fed and relaxed when I leave. I have been eating at Nosh since they first opened and everything I have had there has been carefully prepared and very fresh. I love the buttery crackers they serve. They are hand-made ! My kids really love eating here too. The kids food is real, not the usual chicken fingers stuff. The soups change daily and have always been filling and tasty. I love the butternut bacon squash soup. I'm not much of a sweet eater, but the red velvet cupcakes get a big thumbs up from my husband. This is a good place to stop for dinner on the way home when I really don't feel like cooking. All of my picky family likes eating here. We will be back.
Had awful experiences--never, ever going back. I've been to Nosh for Breakfast and Lunch and had awful experiences. The food was terrible (the combinations of flavors they were putting together were wierd), the decor was just bizarre, the service was mediocre, and the price seemed a bit high. I've refused to go back since then. I had hopes for the place as I'd like to see that area develop, but Nosh scuttled those hopes pretty well.
Favorite lunch spot. Tucked away of Erwin road near Duke Campus, this little gem is the perfect lunch spot. Creative bistro type food. Great hot sandwiches, daily soups, curried cous cous, flat bread pizzas, and home-made cupcakes. Always good. Cheap food. Fun cute atmosphere. Fast service. Perfect!
A low-keyed, small gem.
A new low-keyed neighborhood restaurant with very well prepared and delicious soups, salads,
an array of classic and unusual sandwiches as well as a daily special. Their pizza is one of the best in the Triangle. Attentive but not hovering service. For the high quality of the cuisine, the prices are more than reasonable. Well worth finding it for relaxed, informal dining. Highly recommended.
Creative fresh food. Nosh is a great new addition to the Duke area. The breakfast biscuits (Barb's biscuits) with scrambled eggs are addictive and perfect everytime. There are lots of creative options for lunch/dinner and all ingredients taste very fresh. The pizzas are great, and the sandwiches are well above average. Try the cupcakes and other desserts; they are also delicious! It is a little hard to find (by Quizno's, on the back side of the building Chai's is in).
Casual eatery combines a lively atmosphere with top-quality ingredients..
Brightly colored apple-green walls, contemporary bistro furniture and jewel-toned pendant lamps add whimsy without overwhelming the homey feel. The restaurant kicks off the morning with its Blast Off Breakfast menu: biscuits, bagels and, for the more adventurous breakfast seeker, French toast stuffed with peanut butter, bananas and honey. Lunch and dinner menus feature hot and cold sandwiches, pizza and burgers and a healthy selection of salads and wraps.
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