Miller's ( if only the name sounded more Jewish) stands up there with the best deli any of those other cities -- no doubt. Had breakfast there at 8:30 am. The rye bread had only just come out of the oven. A 9 oz pastrami sandwich ( lose the raw onions) with potato salad, and two scrambled eggs and a potatp latke filled us up. The home fries were great, as was the apple sausage.
Gabe was warm, polite, and creative and accommodating. How different from the great delis of New York.!A server who's polite , not in a hurry -- and doesn't throw the food at you.
Kishka, knishes, latkes, chopped liver, matzo soup, meatloaf, corned beef, pastrami, turkey, roast beef, tongue, herring, whitefish, lox, kosher dogs, burgers, bratwurst, chicken, salads, kuygel, cheesecake , rugelach. Oy yoy ! And the coffee was good too
Shock those bluebloods at your fancy hotel on Nob Hill and their mediocre $30 breakfasts -- and take a $6 cab ride to 1725 Polk.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.