This is a true diner. The food and service are very retro, but also very good. It can handle a crowd, so I wouldn't imagine having to wait hours to eat a great meal.
This cafeteria-style "coffee-shop deli" is an odd combination of Chicago cult food and New York style deli food favorites. The oddities include selling tourist trinkets, lottery tickets, and the like along with coffee shop items and good quality deli fare. The food rivals the top 30% of N.Y. kosher style delis, but would not win any prizes in Manhattan. The... More
Phenomenal portions and delicious deli meats. Go there for the sandwiches and plan to take home leftovers. I must have gotten 1 1/2 lbs of corned beef on the sandwich I ordered. It was incredibly tasty. I brought half of it home! Great value and consistently good food.
WOW! Their "traditional" deli sandwiches are big enough for two. They add a big potato latke on the side. I have been to Katz's in NYC. Ken Raskin knows them too. His food is exactly the same. The corned beef and pastrami is to die for. They have Jewish (kosher) pasteries too. I love their cinnamon Rugelach. Their friendly staff... More
Plan on sharing a corned beef unless you are really hungry. They are big and you can always get more. We had a celery soda which was good. The service was fun, Deli style and staff helpful. Many different choices on the menu board. We came off the freeway and it was just about 5-10 minutes off the x way.... More
Big matzoh balls, great corned beef, wonderful chicken soup. Pick up the food at the counter, move down the line, pay and seat yourself. It doesn't get better. This place is a throwback and it's wonderful. You can't go wrong with anything here.
This deli is a served cafeteria style and everything looks to be homemade. You walk in, get your tray and silverware (napkins are on the table) and go down the line like you were in school. The portions are huge and can easily be shared by two or take it home for another meal. You pay for your meal when... More
Oy, vay! This is the best corned beef sandwich in the country. I don't think the restaurant is 'strictly kosher' but, rather, 'kosher style' as they say. My wife and I split a sandwich called the 'CHAZZER'. If you don't understand Yiddish, let me explain....a chazzer is a 'hog'....not in the sense of a pig, per se, but a 'chazzer'... More
When the president of the US cites this place as his go to place, we had to try it out for ourselves. Although it was expensive, we loaded up on a lot of deli favourites that we don't have access to at home. Nothing disappointed us, except the coffee but that was a common theme throughout our trip to the... More
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