Came here after the Sam Adams brewery tour. I got a sweet potato sandwich which was filled with avocado, tomato, tahini, sweet potato on whole grain bread for $9 inc tax. Worth going to, but just a sandwich at the end of the day.
My husband & I were doing an early Sam Adams tour but hadn't had breakfast & just followed the signs right into Ula while waiting for our tour to start. We each ordered a biscuit & an iced coffee. The biscuits were HUGE and not what we expected, they were delicious & neither of us could finish our's. Iced coffee... 更多
Ula had a great community feel to it and had really good sandwiches and even better cookies. They seemed to be very committed to their neighborhood, and their pride showed in the quality of the food we had.
Honestly, I really like the atmosphere, but the food and drink offerings just leave something to be desired. Its too bad, really. They need to toast their sandwiches and be more creative with bread selections. I do like their fruit and nut salad for what it is; however, it is overpriced. The mocha was bitter, though I do appreciate their... 更多
My oldness might be showing. Loud, crowded, dirty, wannabe hip, poor circulation, patient staff doing this best, decent food, mostly, beer and wine but way over priced. Love the dog show at the door. Hate the strollers but that is J.P. Today. Two teeny half sandwiches cost over twelve bucks. I know, we could of gotten one whole sandwich for... 更多
We were looking for he Samuel Adams Brewery and stumbled upon this small but busy Café. Service was great, food was lovely and the coffee was amazing! There must be a reason there was no one in the street and queue inside for coffees.
Neat bakery in an unexpected place. Amory Street is all residential except for this mill-comlex of eateries. Lots of tea selections, served in a separate pot to pour at your table. Many coffee selections, too. The popovers are legendary and deservedly so. Really light. Scones were terrific, also very light. I had a quince tart. Quince!! It was great. They... 更多
Neat location close to Sam Adams Brewery. Food was good with interesting sandwiches. A lot of healthy options and great for people with food allergies. Portions are relatively small. Could get easily crowded.
Stopped in here before the Sam Adams Brewery tour for a quick lunch, was anything but quick, waited over 20 minutes for two sandwiches that weren't great. My sandwich was so soggy, it was like they put it down on a plate that had a pool of water on it. Would not recommend.