Stopped for a quick breakfast on my way to our Boston office. Food was OK and latte was passable (nothing to write home about). I also like a flavor shot in my latte and the choices were minimal.
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Sebastians is great food on the go. I particularly like their made to order salads. Good fair trade coffee as well. Plenty of dine-in room or you can take out.
I'm in Boston for businees, having a back2back meeting and had to get something fast and light. I got recommendations about this restaurant and it was very accurate. The food is great, healthy and tasty. The variety is a pleasure for the eye. Go check...More
the line may seem long for salads, but it moves quite fast. lots of toppings to choose from. I like that they make your salad to order behind glass. I'm grossing out at open make your own salads. This is a better concept!!
We went to the one at 157 Seaport Blvd near the World Trade Center. The restaurant caters to the business lunch crowd with made to order sandwiches, salads, warm dishes and take outs. There are made to order crepes which are OK by American standards,...More
This place offers incredible salads. Assortment of toppings and salad dressings. You can choose from several different types of meats. There is something for everyone. They also have soups, sandwiches, and daily specials . Salads are a bit pricey but the portions are massive. Staff...More
Our first morning in Boston and we really wanted a good decent quality breakfast. Dont go to Sebastians. The pancakes are thin crepes, poor quality and served in a cardboard box! Starbucks would have been better!
Wow, I love the portion size of what i ordered. It was so big that I didn't even open the bag of chips that I bought. The SBLT tasted great and the price was definitely right. I wish that it came with chips or a...More
Working nearby, my co-workers and I often pick up our breakfast at Sebastian's. Besides the egg and cheese sandwiches and the made-to-order crepes (sweet and savory), I've been able to order a lunch sandwich or salad at anytime- which is great for a working lunch....More
I think there's more than one Sebastian's. The one I went to was in Cambridge, right across Main Street from the MIT campus. It's sort of an upscale fast food place, with a nice variety of offerings including sandwiches, crepes, salads, rice bowls, etc., all...More