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Reviewed September 17, 2018 via mobile

They always have awesome lunch meats. Great selection of cheeses. Bagels. Rolls. Service is Fast and the people are friendly. This is a great place to stop for lox and bagels. This is where we get our lox of bagels for special morning brunches :-)....Authentic Deli right in Holland :-)More

Date of visit: September 2018
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Reviewed March 13, 2017 via mobile

Deli has a restaurant however I use purely as a deli. Very good seafood salad as well as rice pudding. Mixed in with great meats and tasty breads makes for a good place to stop by.

Date of visit: February 2017
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Reviewed August 22, 2016 via mobile

Great deli food, service is always good, a a little on the pricey side. Atmosphere is decent and everyone is always friendly. They have the best matzah ball soup. Perfect lunch for me is a bowl of soup and half of a sandwich. You won't...be disappointedMore

Date of visit: August 2016
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Reviewed July 29, 2016

This is a neighborhood Jewish Deli, complete with home-made whitefish salad, good rye bread and baked goods for the holidays. And their fruit kugel is to die for, though it costs a million bucks. They also have breakfast specials, such as eggs benedict. My only...complaint is that they close too early.More

Date of visit: July 2016
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Reviewed June 23, 2016

Both my fiancee and I enjoy this great place for lunch or breakfast fare. We were there yesterday and had hot pastrami sandwiches...all the deli food is top notch and we were not disappointed. The French fries were excellent!

Date of visit: June 2016
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Reviewed March 16, 2016

It's our go to place for breakfast. Their deli sandwiches are exceptional, and, now that they are open for dinner, it has become one of our go to places for dinner. we especially like their New York Style pastrami sandwiches.

Date of visit: January 2016
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Reviewed January 18, 2016

Although the the quality and variety of food is satisfactory, the sanitation is totally lacking! The meat and cheese handlers behind the counter do not wear any gloves while cutting the meats and cheese. After wiping their hands on their apron or pants or wiping...their nose they cut the items using their ungloved hands. As a health professional I can only advise that you stay far away from this establishment until they clean up their act!More

Date of visit: January 2016
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Reviewed November 27, 2015

Was looking forward to coming here, but wasn't impressed when I finally did. My husband had a Reuben and said it was good, but not spectacular although it was a good size sandwhich. . I wound up Getting grilled cheese, not a normal choice for...a Jewish delimI know, but I wasn't that hungry. I didn't care for the grilled cheese at all. There was something off but I couldn't put my finger on what it was. The pickles weren't good at all. The waitress was pleasant but for what you pay at a Jewish deli I was expecting more.More

Date of visit: November 2015
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Reviewed June 21, 2015

Sold it to his daughter and son in law who don't know how to run a deli. The food has turned to garbage. We won't go back unless Steve buys it back and turns it around.

Date of visit: June 2015
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Reviewed June 21, 2015

First, let me tell you that Steve Stein sold the business to his daughter and son in law who are running the business into the ground, based on what I hear from people who used to frequent this Deli when Steve Stein owned and ran...it. My own personal experience from what should be a normal Sunday brunch at a Jewish Deli... My wife and I arrived there at twelve noon, waited in line as one would expect for about ten minutes. While waiting, we noticed that the meat section of the deli case was more than 2/3's empty. Not a good sign. As we were the next patrons in line with no one behind us, the new owner ushered three people in as they arrived...friends of hers...a head of us. Eventually, we were seated. Our server, who has been waiting on us for years brought us our coffee, however she apologized because they didn't have any clean spoons so by the time we received out silverware, our coffee was cold. Not the servers fault. My wife ordered a potato latka and I ordered a kippered salmon salad sandwich on pumpernickel bread. Both of us had ordered these items many times before and in the past they had been great. Twenty minutes later we were told that they were out of the potato latka's so my wife ordered a bagel instead. I was told that they were out of Pumpernickel so I settled for rye. When my sandwich arrived, another fifteen minutes later, I took a bite of my kippered salmon salad and had to spit it out because it was so salty and had the texture of a generic filler that restaurants sometimes use to make more out of less. I asked it they had changed vendors for this product and was told that it varied based on the fish used. I'm not stupid! If you go to Ben and Irv's you get a much better product, which I had the day before, and their's is always consistent. The embarrassed server asked me if she could get me something else but my appetite had been ruined by then. I was going to ask to speak to the new owner however, she was too busy socializing, sitting with her friends at a long table. The whole feel of the restaurant has changed. It is obvious that the entire staff is frustrated. Last week, I went to the deli counter to buy some herring fillets. The new owner's husband waited on me. It was obvious that he hadn't a clue on how to cut the herring fillets nor fill the container with onions and wine sauce. I brought them home and had to throw them out. The other deli counter people have been in the business for many years and you could see a change in their presence since the deli was sold. I was warned by some of my friends who had been going there for many years. They won't go back again because of this new attitude and the lack of the food quality. Even though their prices are still cheaper than the better deli's in the area, most people would rather pay a little bit more for better quality and more caring owners and staff. I ended up leaving hungry and going to WAWA for a hot dog which was much more satisfying than our lousy and final experience at Famous.More

Date of visit: June 2015
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