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3 Deli & Grill
Posted by Mussolini's Revenge on 05/14/2009
This place is a great little lunch spot and a better value than most of the other deli's around. The sandwiches are made quickly and they've always been really good each of the 15 or so times I've been here. A piece of fruit and pickles come with the sandwiches and the service is always very friendly. the owner is really great guy. Highly recommend the Mussolini's Revenge.
Posted by Diana on 02/12/2009
Great food, fantastic Lox and bagels, coffee is perfectly hot and everyone is super nice. Anytime I'm in the city, this is the deli to go to. Great prices too!
Posted by CC on 07/30/2008
delivery fast, but food not great
Posted by NYregular on 10/06/2007
I see that after a year a recent review hasn't been given on the value of this small deli. I've been here a few times as it's just a block away from work. The first order I had was a falafel, it was burned and had a small piece of chicken in it. I let it slide. I ordered a honey turkey sandwich - could have been better, it wasn't made well with two slices of lettuce and one big chunky tomatoe. Third, I opted for a chicken ceasar salad -- it was the last draw. There was nothing "ceasar" about it including only lettuce, onions and tomatoe and dry grilled chicken. The dressing was also very watery and salty. It was gross. This place is cheap, true. But quality is very low.
Posted by 425 Park on 02/02/2006
I work very near 3 Deli & Grill and once I discovered it, it has become one of my favorites! The gentleman there are VERY personable, serve you with a smile and each customer I see before or after me, leave with a great attitude because they've been treated well -- I am one of those customers.
Posted by 57 & lex on 11/14/2005
...which is rare for this neighborhood. Friendly staff, as well. great place for a quick bite for lunch. A+!
Posted by I live in BS on 01/18/2005
I was not expecting a meal this good when I stepped into this smallish deli. Wow! How'd they do that?