Friendship Cafe

Cafe
500 Broad St, Providence, RI 02907 500 Broad St, Providence Directions
+14012231700
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95% of 92 customers recommended
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Report | 13 days ago
The food was great, and the staff eager to please. Being a non-profit, the prices are reasonable, and by eating here you are helping others succeed.
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Report | 13 days ago
Careful with gps it will get you close but not exact. Limited menu with great flavors. Fries are really good along with their soups, salads and paninis.
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Report | 13 days ago
Great Cuban sandwich!
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Fantastic service
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Report | 14 days ago
The food was excellent!!!!! the atmosphere was great, it was a great lunch
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menu on website is incorrect !! Server was very friendly. The corn chowder and The Providence Burrito Farm were worth the 3 attempted trips to eat at the Friendship Cafe
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EXCELLENT VEGGIE CHILI !
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They have done a great job with the renovation. We have never had a bad meal and the service is always great.
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Report | 13 days ago
The food was made with fresh ingredients and was very good. My chicken Quesadilla was great. Also, it is associated with a local soup kitchen and is a training facility for people looking to improve themselves, so it's a win-win for me. They have a nice Valentine's day special that sounds great, so I'm sure I'll be back.
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Very nice waitress. The food was excellent. I liked how you could get your own coffee.
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Students and graduates of the Amos Culinary Education (ACE) program show off their food prep prowess at Friendship Cafe, a restaurant run by the nonprofit social services agency Amos House. The chefs here hone essential kitchen techniques as they cook classic egg-and-pancake breakfasts, simmer homemade soups, and stack deli sandwiches. "We designed the menu to offer all-around culinary skills training," manager Robb Desimone told City News. Down-home daily specials, such as pot pies, fish and chips, and meatloaf, allow cooks to build their comfort-food repertoire and diners to feel like they successfully crashed someone else's family dinner.

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