Restaurant Review

On my recent trip to New York I had a great, simple, and fast meal at Terri. The establishment is named after the first name of the founder’s mothers, Terri. Both of the founder’s moms were Terri, and thus the name. They have grown to have three establishments in Manhattan, one in the financial district, Chelsea, and midtown (terrinyc.com).

When I walked in I was surprised by the names on the menu, pulled pork, buffalo chicken, meatball sub, bacon cheddar ranch, philly cheese steak, fish filet, southwestern chicken melt. These items were all vegan. I had the pulled pork which was a barbecue flavor. The texture was excellent and the flavor was derived from the cole slaw. I could have used a little more barbecue flavor. My wife tried the southwestern chicken sandwich. The sandwich was well put together with guacamole and corn in a warm sandwich.

The highlight of this healthy eating nook was the juice. I tried the Spice of Life comprised of pineapple, apple mint, and jalapeño. This juice was unique to the buds and very refreshing. The menu also had salads, wraps, and desserts. I spied a nearby salad and it looked great.

If you are in New York and want lunch or a light dinner, give Terri a try. Their motto is local, sustainable, and plant based. For 15 dollars, you will leave satisfied.

Price Per Entree:
$6-12

Type of Cuisine:
Plant Based Fast Food,
Sandwiches, Salads, Smoothies

Phone:
(212)742-7901

Website:
TerriNYC.com

Address:
100 Maiden Ln
New York, NY 10038