More suited to satisfying your late night munchies than for satisfying your tastebuds. This was our 2nd visit and couldn't wait to get back for their signature hot pastrami, provolone, french fries, cole slaw and tomato all on thick hand cut white bread. Turns out the ingredients are not well seasoned and I even had to add salt to conjure up some flavor. I will give credit for the fresh hand cut french fries that make up part of the sandwich. A fresh french fry is always better than a frozen. For me the experience is sitting at the counter and kibitzing with the grill person making the sandwiches. It makes the experience more authentic watching them 'slap' together these famous belly bombs. But truth be told, the cole slaw is bland, the pastrami is pedestrian and the bread is not memorable. However if you go there with friends after a night out and can get in, one of these large/filling sandwiches will likely 'hit the spot'!
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