Cheeky Sandwiches

Row 1

35 Orchard St (btwn Canal & Hester St)
New York, NY 10002
(646) 504-8132
$ $
Mon–Thu, Sun: 7:00 AM–9:00 PM Fri–Sat: 7:00 AM–Midnight

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  • The buttermilk biscuit with fried chicken, cole slaw, and gravy is the best I've had in New York
  • The chicken biscuit, topped with gravy, is unmatched, the oyster (or shrimp) po boy is an excellent and classic option, and dont skip the horseradish-spiked beef sandwich, either.
  • The oyster po' boy ($8.50) "is fully dressed, which on a New Orleans sandwich denotes the addition of lettuce, tomato, mayo & pickles, and, on Orchard St., also calls for Tabasco, ketchup & lemon."
  • Insanely good sandwiches in this tiny + super friendly New Orleans style spot. If you are nice they might hook you up with fresh beignets.
  • If you want to know what a chicks biscuit is supposed to taste like, look no further than this little place tucked away in LES.
  • Don't hesitate, just get the half oyster, half shrimp po boy, jalepeno chips, and a ginger iced tea.
  • BEEF
  • get anything on a biscuit here and thank your parents for making the moment possible
  • Don't tell Pies n thighs, but I might be having an affair with the cheekys chicken sandwich. PS: beignets > pies
  • Try the chicken biscuit ($6.50). It's a sandwich "built for curing a hangover."
  • Oyster po' boys are beautiful!
  • This place is a gem. Amazing sandwiches.
  • Words of wisdom
  • Best bread pudding ever!
  • Try the Chicken Biscuit - Glorious little sandwich.
  • "Super affordable ($6.50) and they make the gravy and bread the chicken right in front of you. I swore I could taste a hint of cinnamon in the gravy, Ill have to confirm on my next visit."
  • Rent this place out for a 30 person BYOB party on a weekend afternoon
  • Try the Chicken Biscuit
  • Get a half and half sea; its two sandwiches in one
  • It's very easy to miss this New Orleans style sandwich shop. It has a more Williamsburg vibe than a Chinatown vibe. The chicken biscuit sandwich here is a must try for NYC locals and tourists alike!