That said, the bagel was pretty good. It was the right combination of dense, chewy and crusty. The everything bagel had a good amount of salt on the exterior, which I find lacking in other bagels (I’m looking at you, Dunkin’ Donuts).
I got a sausage, egg and cheese breakfast sandwich ($4). It was awful; the flavorless egg was a thick, cottony patty, reheated in the microwave. The sausage was a sad, gray puck, again, no flavor. The cheese was gooey American and added nothing to the party. The bagel was the only redeeming quality.
Long story short, get the bagels ($1 each), if you are in the area, but avoid the breakfast sandwich. They offer bialys, as well as flagels (flattened bagels).