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Ben Ash Delicatessen
Posted by Sam on 03/12/2013
I went in there to eat but the prices of the food were absolutely the highest I've seen in this area so then I figured I'd try the baked goods they looked good so I'll get something for later well the cookie had to be on the shelf a month it was unappetizing. I would never go there again because if the cookie was that old who knows how old the food is with thoses prices!
Posted by Jim on 12/11/2012
Like others, my wife and I wanted to hit Carnegie's for lunch, but of course, too crowded. So we just walked across the street. Yes, the prices are pretty high, but I had a hot corned beef that was excellent and the same for the chicken salad my wife had. Since there was tons on each sandwich, half got saved for the ride home. Cheesecake was wonderful. So I'm not sure what everyone else was talking about, but our experience was definately worth it. And this of course during holiday season in NYC.
Posted by mike on 11/25/2012
this place was amazing the last time i was there. there food isn;t expensive for the area and my waitress was amazing. i would definitely recommend there cheesecake and pastrami and corned beef sandwiches. I also would recommend the Ben Ash Reuben, it was really a treat. Guys i would i highly recommend it.
Posted by joey on 06/21/2012
i love there big deli sandwiches corned beef is amazing! and cheescake was so good i shipped 1 out to la for myself
Posted by Steve from UK on 11/16/2011
My wife and I had a great 4 day break to NYC, staying at The Wellington, just across the street from Ben Ash, where we ventured for an evening meal. Oh dear! The service was mediocre, to say the least. Undeterred (and my feeling about the place began to unfold), we ordered a Greek salad, with chicken for myself and the same for my wife but with prawns rather than chicken.What's this on my plate? The salad (lettuce in abundance, tomato, feta cheese, olives and pieces of chicken) was served on a plate completely shredded. Yes, shredded, as if put through a paper shredder. Unappetising at first glance and tasteless on first tasting. My wife's prawns were mashed up and served on the top of her shredded mush, with an ice cream scoop. Three scoops! No evidence of a prawn and not even in the taste. Everything was cold, to the point of over-refridgerated. Disappointing food and at $100 for the meal (including two small beers and a glass of house red), it was an expensive mistake. Moreover, the manager couldn't give a toss.
Posted by DEW on 09/22/2011
I went in and ordered a Ketel One and tonic. They brought me a yellowish drink. I tasted it--tasted like tonic but no carbonation whatsoever. They took it back and I had something else. I ordered pierogies. They came (4 pieces for $22) heaped with thick chopped barely cooked red onions rater than nicely sliced and browned onions you'd see anywhere else. The pierogies were utterly tasless. So I ordered a side of "sauteed mushrooms". What I got was a bowl of canned mushrooms in ome kid of gravy. Each time I needed the waiter, I had to flag him down at length.
Posted by anonymous on 08/28/2011
I've lived in the neighborhood for four years and for some reason decided to try this place for breakfast. I can comfortably say this is the worst place in midtown.