So is the soup really as good as Seinfeld makes it out to be? In a word: Fuck yeah!* Thirteen dollars for a cup of Yeganeh's signature crab bisque, half a basil-tomato-mozzarella sandwich, and a can of soda might seem exorbitant, but if you take into consideration that they also give you a free chunk of bread, a piece of fresh fruit, and a complimentary piece of candy--all the freebies Yeganeh arbitrarily gave some customers when he ran the place--it's not such a bad deal.
Sandwich: toasty panini grilled foccacia, not too thin or too thick, with just enough of each ingredient to let the flavors blend. Lemon juice is a nice touch. The kind of sandwich a three-year DeCafe vet would make if she was hopelessly in love with you.
Soup: like all things crab, it tastes fancy. Warms the soul, but will probably get something less pricey next time.
Bread: thick and crusty but not spongy enough for dipping.
Plum: has a sticker on it that I couldn't peel off.
Tootsie Roll: is a fucking Tootsie Roll.
Summary: It tastes more posh than it looks. Worth every penny--but damn, that's a lot of pennies. (For a casual Quiznos-esque lunch place, anyway.)
*I can't count, apparently.