Had a chicken pesto panini and a fruit salad today. The panini...well...one word: Yuck. The bread was dry and the edges of the insides were crusty, the spinach was wet and wilty, leading me to believe that they didn't make it "fresh" as they advertise. This sandwich was at least a day old. Speaking of day old, that fruit salad was mushy and watery and looked as though it'd been cut the day before or something. Again, not the "fresh seasonal fruit" that is advertised.
Service was meh. The front counter girl was unfriendly and awkward, not at all welcoming. She was chatty but it seemed forced, as though she wasn't sure how to converse with another person. Interesting choice for the cafe representative...Along with the ladies working in the back making the sandwiches. Smile once in a while! They looked like they hated their job. Not great for a customer to see when they come in.
The actual cafe itself was cool though. Stainless steel, black, and white. Simple, but unique at the same time.
Overall, not worth the $5 for the sandwich and $3 for the fruit. I could spend less money making it myself at home (the recipe seems pretty simple to copy. Chicken, pesto, mayo, spinach, cheese, foccacia bread), and it would be at least fresh that way, and I wouldn't have to worry about bad customer service. You know what they say: I can't complain about the service because there wasn't any.