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Clover Food Lab
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Today 7:00 am – 10:00 pm
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1075 Cambridge St Cambridge, MA 02139
1075 Cambridge StreetUSMassachusettsCambridge02139
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Today 7:00 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 7:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 7:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 7:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 7:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 7:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 7:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
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The high-end fast food served at this relaxed chain branch is made with locally sourced ingredients.- Google
"Add rosemary fries for comfort veg food lunch!"
6 reviewers
"Clover is truly a unique experience."
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Mira Serrill-Robins
6 months ago
The coffee was decent, freshly dripped right into my cup (so it took a bit to get it, not a place to run in for coffee). It was flavorful, although a bit bitter. There weren't a lot of milk options. The falafel (calling it a chickpea fritter is probably the most obnoxious thing I've seen this week) is very tasty. The pita could be better, fresher, so it tastes less stale and also soaks up the sauces more so the sandwich leaks less. But the falafel are made to order, scooped and fried while you wait. The fixings are very fresh. There are pickles and a few other picked things, Israeli salad, and a bunch of hummus. The falafel could have been more evenly distributed, and the whole thing mixed a bit more (e.g., you get big bites of just pickles to start, and, in European fashion, finish with all salad on the bottom). But overall a very tasty, refreshing sandwich. The lavendar lemonade was nice and lavendarey, but the lemonade part of the equation was wanting. It could have been Countrytime for all I know (not a good thing). There was no pulp, no tartness, and not even an abundance of lemon flavor, and it had that uniformly cloudy, translucent look of mass-produced county fair lemonade, although thankfully it wasn't painfully sweet. I'd pass on it. The fresh soda syrups are a cool idea, but all they've had for days is beet--clearly no one wants to drink that, since it's just been sitting there unordered, so cut that from the lineup and bring back the peach. The service is friendly. They take cards.
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Matt LaPine
4 months ago
Delicious coffee- ground fresh and brewed by the cup... Menu looked creative but I didn't try any food!
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Daniel Heater
5 months ago
Missed 3 out of 6 peoples food orders in our party. We had to remind the cooks about our food. Cooks were slow once they realized they'd missed us. Poor attitude as well. Very disappointed.
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doug mayo-wells
a year ago
In general, I'm a big fan of all the Clover locations I've been to -- healthy, tasty, and inexpensive food that just happens to be vegetarian (but really appeals to non-vegetarians as well; I have plenty of direct evidence of this.) The Cambridge Street Clover location has a weird shape to it, it's very long and skinny. Seems like the employees get a lot of exercise walking from the food prep area to the counter.
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Joey Melnick
6 months ago
Clover. Vegetarian, friendly, relatively cheap. Seems like a slam dunk 5 star, but read on to see my reservations (heh food pun). Clover has so much to like. Starting with the folks taking the orders, they are friendly, encouraging and if you have a chance to chat with them they tend to be very interesting folks. The people who work here and their attitude is one of the things that keeps me coming back to clover time and time again. The food is OK, but has some real standouts: Egg and Eggplant, Seasonal Sandwiches (for the most part) and a whole lot of the side dishes are pretty amazing. The problem I have is a lot of the normal sandwiches are just OK, and leave me not totally full... but not so hungry I want to buy a $3 side. Finally the wait is a bit of a hassle. I know they move as fast as they can and its made on site so you have to be patient. But I'm an American damnit and I refuse. That's my GOD given right. Clover also gets a bonus star for their blog, their CSAs and other fun things they do (like beer launches or movies on their truck, or cooking classes). I love the idea of this company, that they support veggie food and local farmers. I love that they use social media wisely. I like to put my dollar where my mouth is, and I support folks like this because they support ideals I support. Good on you, Clover. Good. On. You.
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Anthony Moffa
4 months ago
Very good food. They make vegetarian meals in a way that makes a normal carnivore not miss meat. Highly reccomend.
Christina Casey
a year ago
I visited the Park Street truck today and had a delicious popover and tea for breakfast. Very reasonably priced and friendly staff. A pleasant surprise on my walk through town!
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Michelle Li
2 years ago
Best decaf ever, yummy popovers, muffins, egg sandwich. If you care about what you eat and where it comes from, this is the healthy fast food place for you, especially if you're vegetarian like me. Locally sourced, environmentally conscious practices, all around good. My favorite sandwiches are the chick pea fritter (also comes in a delicious plate with a rotating salad) and veggie BLT. Rosemary fries are delicious. Had peach lemonade last night and highly recommend trying out their rotating menu of drinks as well. There's beer on tap as well! I also enjoy the staff there.
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