We had a large party and everyone left full and satisfied. I didn't hear any complaints and the service was excellent. Next time I'm in New York, I'll try to swing by. It'll be worth it even if it is out of the way.
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Authentic kosher delis are getting harder and harder to find -- even in Brooklyn. This place is the real deal. Casual and comfortable. The food is outstanding. Each one of four had something different and each dish was absolutely great. Pastrami, turkey off the frame,...More
The best kosher deli around. Especially their overstuffed sandwiches, amazing soups and round kasha. Knishes. Although it is a haul from Manhattan I go about twice a year for a transfusion. Of true Jewish soul good. Prices are competitive. For what you get snd their...More
Large selection, large portions of really good food. What else can you ask for. Oh, and a world class ever changing art display. Half a sandwich and a soup is a great lunch option. From Franks to Brisket to chopped liver, they have it all....More
Large selection, large portions and good food. What else can you ask for. Oh, and a world class art display. From Franks to Brisket to chopped liver, they have it all. Eat in, take out. Home made soups are delicious.
Everything I have eaten here is so good. PLT, latke chips, french fries, chicken soup and surprisingly the best chicken fingers I have ever had! People who work here are very nice too. Spacious and very clean. One of the best authentic kosher delis that...More
The food is very good and service is pleasant but be prepared for the overpriced sandwiches and other items. We had two pastrami sandwiches and shared an order of fries. While everything tasted great, it shouldn't cost $48 before tip. This is why kosher delis...More