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Posted by anonymous on 11/21/2009
My 6 year old begs me to go here for their chicken fingers and cheesesticks, so I oblige every so often. My husband loves the cheeseteak and I get a burger. It works for us in every way. PS. I think the mural, by local artist, Sirron Norris, rocks.
Posted by B on 12/30/2006
Although I am not a vegetarian, I try to eat healthy (lots of lean chicken, fish, olive oil, avocado, etc.) Jay's seitan steak sandwich tastes like regular meat but is much healthier. Jay's bread is soft on the inside and crunchy on the outside. The seitan, a meat substitute made from wheat, is perfectly sliced and seasoned. The place is small and not exactly fine dining but a great place to check out before you hit the bars.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/31/2006
Well let's see. a friend very much enjoys their burgers and I've hear a few (scattered) rave reviews. since I live nearby I thought I'd check it out. Sadly, it's basically fast food with better meat. Bland white bread, bland shredded iceburg lettuce. The meat is good though. The guys working there seem nice enough -- usually fast. I give it a low score on service because I once ordered 1 small garlic fries (supposedly a specialty), and it took at least 35 minutes even though there had only been one person ahead of me. The guy at the fryer asked the guy at the register about 9 times what I had ordered (small garlic fries = not hard to remember with only 2 customers in the shop). They kept talking about me and other customers in Spanish thinking we didn't understand (nothing bad at all, just wished they'd focus their attention on my order). When I finally got it, it was not only undercooked (fries the consistency of a granny smith apple) -- it was cold as well. WTF Jay's?! Also, I personally think the mural on the wall is both lame and disturbing. It's poorly painted stuffed animals in a sort of Grand Theft Auto tableau. I'm no snob but this stuff is trite. At least the neighborhood rocks. Love Divis. And value? Nope. 6-8$ dollars for the various subs/burgers, 3-4$ for side orders.
Posted by AG - San Diego on 03/18/2006
We always make a special trip while we're in SF to go to one of the 2 Jay's for great, peppery vegetarian cheesesteaks made with seitan and the garlic fries - the whole experience fulfills that greasy craving that we only get to have once in awhile. The decor is minimal with cool urban grafitti on the walls. You WILL smell like cheesesteak when you leave. Sigh.....I wish they'd open a 3rd location in San Diego......mmmm!