Had the most amazing corned-beef sandwich before seeing Fiddler on the Roof on Broadway! Sad this place is no longer.
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waitresses were so busy they were rude, did not care about people waiting or not having the service they deserved. I think since they were closing in december they just stopped caring.......the place got famous, that is all they needed. Portions got small, pastrami had...More
Good experience! Food was wonderful. The price is a bit high. But honestly we expected it to be pricey. The helpings of food are very large. Two of us ate off one order and still could not finish the food. They do charge you something...More
We had to queue for half an hour or so to get in and get a table. The table is tiny and you are sitting touching elbow to other diners. But the food was totally amazing! Piles of delicious meat in sandwiches, I love it!...More
A delis in NYC are interesting, service is quick, food selection, and expensive. I always love the sandwiches and soups, i.e., lox on bagels, pastrami on rye, and chicken soup. Their sandwiches can be ordered as gargantuan combos or open faced, go for it! You...More
This is a must-go to place if you are in NYC. Don't get scared off by the lines or wait. Everything moves quickly. Get the corn beef, pastrami or brisket sandwich. My mouth is watering thinking about it!
I'd read about how good Carnegie Deli was and that there are often queues outside just to get a table. So we went one evening when there were no queues and just a handful of people waiting to get seated. Overall, given the massive choice...More
We waited in line outside the deli for about half an hour and hadn't moved as much as we hoped. We changed our plan and ordered our food to go. It was prepared promptly and worked out well for us. Be forewarned, however, order half...More
Waited two hours to get in. Then waited another 30 minutes inside. Once seated waited 20 minutes. When we asked waiter for water (we were famished.. it was 8 pm and we had traveled to city that evening), he said he would bring some over...More
Having sampled all of the "Jewish" deli's over the years multiple times, it was sad to experience the last of the "Big Two" on its last nights. With the Stage gone since 2012, Carnegie was the last hold-out for the theater-goer. Yes, the portions have...More