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All reviews pastrami sandwich sandwiches matzo ball soup corn beef latkes fries bread cheesecake when harry met sally table service new york great pastrami man vs food lower east side an institution behind the counter worth the wait
Although it was a brisk 3 1/2 mile walk to this fine institution, it still wasn't enough exercise to prepare us for the portions that are served! First off, I have personally wanted to eat at the famous Katz deli since my dear friend Ken...More
Its on a different level... The pastrami sandwich on rye is juicy, tender, and very delicous (highly recommended, big portion). The Reuben sandwich was below average in my opinion. Beware of the ticket when you enter dont lose it.
Katz’s deli was recommended by a friend so we walked in the rain and ventured down there from Central Park and in the rain! It was like going back in time but staff were friendly and helpful and our waitress helped us through the menu....More
We visited Katz Deli after reading a lot of hype around on the internet.
We arrived and were handed two tickets, and told to pay at the end. As a couple, we just presumed you could use the one to order both foods, and use...More
This is by far best place for real good deli sandwiches. The quality of meats and bread are great, portions are large and hand cut.
Just fantastic corn beef, pastrami and salami sandwiches to begin with . Pi
Kyle etc are all fantastic too
A visit to Katz's Deli is like a step back in time. I felt like I was in a movie, and no wonder, it was where they filmed "When Harry Met Sally" and various other movies too. It is near Grand Street Subway station, across...More
We came here for lunch and had to wait a little while because we wanted table service but while we waited we had a nice cold beer etc.
The place has a great atmosphere and there servings are massive so don’t go ordering loads of...More
True New York deli experience. Super huge sandwiches with matching prices. Absolutely delicious and worth the indulgence. Friendly folks with a unique ordering system. Would definitely revisit if ever in town again.
So busy and a little chaotic but once you have the food you can see why it attracts huge crowds.
I went for the cheesesteak which was amazing but I regret not trying the pastrami sandwich too. Suppose I need to head over again...
We went for lunch and had to wait over an hour for table service. It’s very busy and was our first visit so was unsure of how it all worked. You can choose counter service, where you’re told to choose a cutter and order then...More
Bursting with an amazing array of sights, sounds, and smells on every block, a visit to Chinatown feels like entering a different world. It’s a colorful spectacle that gets even more crowded on weekends, when families stream in to enjoy huge dim sum feasts and to stock up at the markets on Mott Street. To take a break from the buzz, grab something sweet from one of the many bakeries in the area and head to Columbus Park, where
many Chinatown residents exercise, play games, and chat the day away.
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Their food and service is awful and I dont think it s a good idea that u ruine your christmas day by eating a food like that. We were on a road trip and after 13 hours of straight driving we went there and we only had 2 bite... More
Their food and service is awful and I dont think it s a good idea that u ruine your christmas day by eating a food like that. We were on a road trip and after 13 hours of straight driving we went there and we only had 2 bite of their sandwiches and we regreted to go there. I had an upset stomach for hours after eating there. There are so many great places to eat in New York that you cant even compare with this place. I m not sure how they become so famous with a food and poor service like that