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Posted by NYchelsea on 04/09/2011
Good deli food at threw-the-roof prices! Everything was fresh but over priced. One potato pancake was $5.50. One! How can you justify that? Or a $7 small chicken soup. They need run their menu threw the meat slicer and trim down the prices. Too expensive.
Posted by Jen on 03/08/2011
Fantastic deli - I wish we had found this place earlier in our trip as I would have eaten here everyday! We had kosher deli elsewhere and it was not nearly as good as 2nd Avenue Deli! Pastrami and Brisket were fantastic. I loved the burger and the chicken soup too. Not the cheapest, but actually VERY reasonable for a kosher restaurant, particularly of this quality. Service was great, and I loved the unlimited pickles and coleslaw. Enjoy!
Posted by Anonymous on 02/16/2011
Its still one of the best places in NY for Jewish Deli Food. I guess along with the pickles comes all the kavetching. Im sorry they are no longer on 2nd Ave but delivery now is quicker than before.
Posted by lou on 12/25/2010
When you pay almost $20 for a sandwich you want it to fill you up. I know you should expect high prices at a deli like this but they have taken cheap to a new level. Food is not so good that they can charge like they do and give small portions.
Posted by 77choos on 12/17/2010
I was feeling under the weather and decided to get their chicken soup: you can't go wrong with that, right? Oh well, there was no chicken or anything else for that matter in the soup, just the broth. It wasn't bad but it shouldn't be called chicken soup and cost $15/ quarter. It wasn't a Jewish mother who taught the chef to cook.
Posted by Lazlo on 08/10/2010
Did I just pay $18 plus tax for a sandwich that went down in two minutes? What happened to the BIG sandwiches? Going to skip this place from now on, just not worth it anymore.
Posted by allen on 07/26/2010
I prefer the delis that serve over-stuffed sandwiches. Here the sandwiches are still around $20 but pretty small.