Reviews on Fast Food food in Mayfield Heights, Ohio, United States. Mayfield Heights is a city in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States, and is an east-side suburb of Cleveland. The population was 18,827 at the 2010 census.
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From focusing on quality, clean ingredients to serving our food to you in a warm and welcoming environment, Panera Bread is committed to being an ally to our guests. That means crafting a menu of soups, salads and sandwiches that we are proud to feed our
If you've been to a Panera, you know the drill -- baked goods (breakfast treats as well as cookies and loaves of bread) and a nice array of salads, soups and sandwiches. This Panera is located near the Progressive Insurance campus right off I-271 in the eastern suburbs of downtown Cleveland. The parking lot often looks full, but I've never been there and spent an inordinate amount of time waiting for my order. Nice fireplace is a real bonus in cold weather... as is the soup!
3 based on 14 reviews
We stopped by on a Saturday afternoon for lunch. We were first time guests, but are very familiar with other burrito chains. The flavor was average, and the value was average. The option for smaller burrito sizes was nice. In the end I probably wouldn't go back unless other options such as Qdoba, Moes and Chipotle were not available.
I like that the bread is not too much like the bread at Subway. Really tasty tuna fish. A little concerned about the sodium levels and calorie count. So won't be a regular, but would go there on occasion.
3 based on 16 reviews
9 PM on a Thursday night. And the back up was to the door. Seriously? So of course while the others fiddled with their phones, I contemplated going elsewhere and wondered time wise if I'd be any further ahead. I stayed put. After waiting at least 10 minutes, a young person came in and went up in line to greet friends. I glared suspiciously...would she dare to take cuts after all the waiting the rest of us had done...? Would the others be patient? Would I say anything? No need, she went back. They were out of guacamole (I didn't want any anyhow) and same for the salad dressing (which I also didn't want). When I did ask for chips at the checkout, I had to wait while those were fetched. Where in the world were they? THey were chilled! And they tasted stale. My entree was a salad which had barely any greens and was skimpy on the chicken. I know they are rushed, but I hate the way they slop it all down. SO unappetizing. In the meantime when they got to finally take my order there was additional delay while an apparent phone-in order was filled. Two or three that were then shuffled around with mine as I continued to wait...and in the end even wondered if I was getting the right order. As skimpy as my salad was, it seemed the burritos were chock full of ingredients...Will try to avoid this one especially in the future.
If you love subs, Penn Station is a great place. This particular one is extremely well managed. The staff is always friendly, alert, and efficient. The soda machines are always full, plenty of ketchup, condiments, and the place is always clean. There are booths and tables, with sports always on TV. The subs are great, but the freshly squeezed lemonade and the freshly baked cookies with huge chocolate chunks are the deal makers. They have 2 versions of the cheese steak sandwich, the classic, and one called founders favorite, which has Teriyaki sauce, that in my opinion is a great combination.
4 based on 13 reviews
The Firehouse Subs in Mayfield Heights is in a location that has housed a number of restaurants in the past, including the local "Tucky's" hot dogs. I hope this incarnation is successful, because they make very good subs and the service, even for essentially a fast food place, was very good.Firehouse is a chain, but in many respects this felt like a more local operation, which I liked. The person taking my order had personality and the people bussing food out to the tables behaved as if they cared that they were delivering fresh, quality food.Firehouse has a dozen or so main offerings and about half that many lower calorie alternatives. I went with a steak sandwich that was definitely not on the diet offering. My sandwich was cooked to order and tasted like a custom product.There is ample room, with television screens if you want to watch sports or the news, and it was obvious that many of those dining in were regulars from local businesses. I viewed that as a plus. The price was just a little higher than I would have expected, but the quality, too, was above my expectations.Firehouse Subs is a nice place for a very good sub sandwich that is a cut above most fast food.
4 based on 12 reviews
Ordered two sub sandwiches here last week. I like that you can chose between three or four types of bread. It had a nice crusty exterior and soft center. There are several choices including hot and cold subs as well as a "build your own". There are three sizes of subs. With all these choices you can get the perfect sandwich for yourself. Staff is friendly and made my sub as ordered. It was full of fillings and very good. Perhaps the best sub I have eaten in a long time. This will be my sub choice when in Mayfield Heights.
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