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Posted by Tammy on 04/29/2010
Walked in on a rainy Saturday for a bowl of soup. The mushroom Barley was excellent. It came with Challah bread that was the best I ever had. All for under $5.00. Tight seating, but real good food at a very affordable price.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/14/2010
If your vegetarian and you want cheap, fast breakfast, then go here! Always!
Posted by PhoBeau on 02/22/2010
The food is cooked before you and it tastes like a homemade meal. The lunch specials are a bargain. The soup and challah bread will keep you coming back.
Posted by LADYBUG_NYC on 07/21/2009
This is one of my top 10 restaurants in the city- $ to $$$ all included! Has fun, kitschy atmosphere & great staff. Feels like you step back in time! Order the hot borscht and a grilled cheese sandwich with swiss and tomato. My favorite! Also fabulous is the vegetarian lasagna. OMG- any of the soups kick tail! "Hilary" fm below- take note & order fm above :) ENJOY!
Posted by Raffe from New Jersey on 06/26/2009
I found B&H over 46years since my days at New York University. The Challah, Blintzes and Pierogie have been consistantly great over the years. (Better than Mom's and she was a great cook) Though I have moved to New Jersey I find that I must call my friend Raffe at B&H to place my outgoing orders.. My children and now their spouses look forward to a care package from B&H. Brings back fond memories when I visit the store. Keep up the good work. Raphael
Posted by katherine from ct on 04/11/2009
The homemade blintzes served with thick sour cream are amazing (I recommend the apple). The pierogies are great. Love the cabbage soup (which is only served 2 days a week). The best part of the soups (and eggs) is that they are served with slices of buttered Challah bread of which we always order extra. We take a loaf of this bread home, but it is never the same when we slice and butter it ourselves! They make delicious French toast with this Challah. My husband has gone to the B and H for over 30 years. He introduced me and we then introduced our kids. They've introduced their friends. No one has been disappointed! There are only about 12 seats at the counter and a few small tables, but that is part of the authentic atmosphere that we love. The service is always friendly, just say what you want! We travel from Ct just to go here.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/22/2009
It's a deli. They specialize in soup, sandwiches, eggs, etc. Try their amazing tuna melt or any of their great soups. Stay away from hot "entrees." This deli is no flash, but the true New York delicatessen experience. A cup of coffee late at night with a slice of cake. A sandwich and soup. A wisecrack and prompt service from the counter-staff. That's what B&H is all about.