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Ben Ash Delicatessen
Posted by Torben Bonde on 08/03/2011
After have been looking after a restaurant we found Ben Ash. We waited for one hour and had to bring the attention to the service people to get refills and the prices were very expensive. We will never come again and will not recommend the place.
Posted by Greg on 06/19/2011
A hotdog for $15.00. Yikes! The pancakes were tough to cut. The bacon was extremely thick and hard to eat. The prices are probably fair for the area, but eat some where else.
Posted by Paul Lem on 12/19/2010
My son wanted to go to Carnegie Deli, but was crowded so we opted for Benash Deli instead. What a mistake. There were 8 of us in the party. Food came out at 4 different times. Sandwich was okay. Soup would have been better if they opened a can of Campbells.Dinners were not right, and 1 came out burned to a crisp.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/05/2010
I 0rdered the dollar pancakes. They were like small frisbees. Unedible. Fruit was served on plate with pancakes and fruit juice soaked into pancakes. They tried to seat us by a broken front door in 30 degree weather. People would leave because they were not waited on. 12/5/2010
Posted by ga on 10/02/2010
Pastrami is tough and the soups taste like they came from a can. I guess they get their business from the overflow of the Carneige across the street who don't know what they are in for.
Posted by BrianL on 07/11/2010
While you expect high prices and reasonably bad service from the "touristy" places, this one takes the cake. Horrendous service - even after trying to flag every waiter in the place down for 15 minutes, still no service, and place was a quarter empty. Food grossly overpriced. Bowl of cole slaw "for the table" was rancid, and pickles were moldy. I had the pleasure of "remembering" my meal several times that day in various forms. Many many many better experiences in the City.
Posted by Vlap77 on 05/21/2010
Restaurants have a very short span in New York. How this one survives baffles me. With horrendous service, laughable (not in a happy way) prices, subpar food and an unwelcome atmosphere, this "deli/restaurant" still exists. Why, oh why?! Please close it down.