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Couch Tomato Cafe

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    $Less than $7
  • Sandwiches, Salads, Pizza, Vegetarian-Friendly
  • 102 Rector St, Philadelphia PA19127 40.0247062 -75.2211905
  • (At Main St)
  • (215) 483-2233
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User Ratings (Based on 64 reviews)

4.055
Food 4.5 Value 3.9
Service 4.0 Atmosphere 3.8

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(215) 483-2233
Website:
www.thecouchtomato.com
Place Order:
Order From Couch Tomato Cafe for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Major Credit Cards Delivery ($1.99 Fee)
Hours:
Daily: 11am-10pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Delivery, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
15.00

User Reviews

  • Couch Tomato Cafe

    Posted by Anonymous on 03/26/2008

    Not much of a complainer, but.......

    No matter what I order they ALWAYS manage to mess it up, eventhough they repeat it back to me. Something is always missing and usually has been paid for. There are always about 10 people behind the counter but only 1 person taking care of the customers which can make it take way too long to pick up an order. There is nowhere to park if you are picking up food. You either have to park 5 blocks away or risk getting a ticket in a no parking zone. I am in complete agreement with others on their delivery. Don't even bother. Worst delivery times ever. If you ARE picking food up, make sure you check the order before you leave. I'm sure they will have forgotten something.

  • Couch Tomato Cafe

    Posted by Mr. Main Street on 03/13/2008

    Top Tomato

    I feel unusually confident in asserting that The Couch Tomato s the best pizza in Philadelphia. Pizza, of course, is a bellweather for subjectivity some like thick, chewy slices, and some like Sicilian, and some like very sour sauce, and so forth. I prefer thin, crisp crusts, just enough cheese, and a highly rich, smoky tomato sauce and the Couch Tomato has perfected this. They also have fine salads, very competative prices, and very likely the nicest employees I've encountered on Main Street, at a pizza shop, or perhaps anywhere. The Couch Tomato strives for excellence and, in my opinion, achieves it.

  • Couch Tomato Cafe

    Posted by new yunker! on 01/06/2008

    totally over -rated

    Are you kidding me? This place is not what they say they are. The sups taste like campbell's rather than home made, infact give me canned soup, it's better. The rlls are hard and let me not forget to mention, the pizza, What pizza? It's like paper thin, so expensive for what? Wheres the dough? and the cheese? and the sauce?please tell me!!!

  • Couch Tomato Cafe

    Posted by Anonymous on 12/18/2007

    Thumbs up

    We love their pizza - nutty chicken is the best! Soups are great too.. never had a bad experience?! Our favorite place in town, hands down.

  • Couch Tomato Cafe

    Posted by annymous on 11/02/2007

    Fab food, all else mediocre at best

    As a customer who orders from couch tomato 2-3 times/week on average, I feel as though I have a valid perspecitve. The food at couch tomato is amazing- fresh, delicious, and creative. Also, it's very flexible for those who are health-conscious. However, the staff is often unfriendly and incompetent. They often mess up orders, ignore customers, and take too long to get orders together. The prices aren't great, but at least the food is good and rather quick. The amosphere leaves something to be desired, but I guess that's why they're explanding. Overall, they should perhaps train their staff better. But, they're on the right track with what yuppie yunkers want; Inexpensive, healthy, yummy, quick food. :)

  • Couch Tomato Cafe

    Posted by dd on 10/15/2007

    hard rolls

    Good food, just dont eat the rolls they are hard as a rock! Takes more than an hour for delivery on the weekdays. Sometimes they forget something on delivery. Resteraunt is a little tight but eating outside is nice.

  • Couch Tomato Cafe

    Posted by Brian on 07/13/2007

    Cardboard

    I would not reccommend anyone buying the wheat crust. I could not find parking within a mile. I ended up driving back up to Roxborough and ordering delivery from them. It took them 55 minutes on a weekday night. There are cheaper and better pizza places in the Roxborough/Manayunk area. It is to bad because I was looking for a healthier pizza not cardboard.

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