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Posted by Jays on 06/11/2013
Very rude, SLOW service, food way too expensive for what you get, NOT worth it, much better places to eat. Don't fall into the trap of it being a tourist hotspot, this place is NOT worth it at all. Do NOT waste your money.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/14/2013
Love the "Woody Allen" I literally buy it on Friday, and can eat until Sunday!! The meat is tasty and tender! I live in NYC and I must say its my fav "deli" sandwich! For $20 its a good deal for like 3 lbs of meat! Next time ill try the Rueben!! But all in all for take out I love it, I just wish they took CC's :-(
Posted by minkovich on 03/03/2013
This is a report of just one meal recently for two people, so I will be specific: pastrami sandwich: outrageously large and superb. fried onions: I make them better. sweet red peppers: inedible because pickled (not mentioned on menu). cheese blintzes: peculiar, tasting cheese in a very doughy outer, essentially inedible. cheese cake: too sweet, cheese tasted like plastic. The service was erratic, no knives provided, our server set a table holding the silverware by the ends that go into the food.
Posted by ken truse on 04/18/2012
Stopped for a bowl of matzaball soup last night. It was better than most and fortunately I switched tables so I got a waiter who cared. The soup was just ok. I looked around at the huge sandwiches and decided not to have one and I love a great Ruben. Quality and size are great but outrageous size and pumped up prizes are for the tourists. And if a place isn't taking credit cards, then be fair, put a big sign at the entrance to tell people so the can decide it they want to pay big bucks for a sandwich and can see if they have enough cash. So many Deli reviews talk about rude service. Don't accept the: "it's the New York way because we're so busy." We're all busy all over the country and trained professionals know how to provide great service that makes a great dining experience and the cost worth it.
Posted by paticake on 10/29/2011
Food was great...extra charge for sharing of huge sandwhich but I guess you have to do that to scrape by on $15.00 sandwiches. Hard to enjoy this place with the rush but just ignore the pushy staff and chow down. Rummy, felt like a native of NYC!
Posted by Anonymous on 09/20/2011
First time here, I got a "Woody Allen" to go and I must say it took 2 days to finish the sandwich. It was yummy. My only complaint was the rude cashier. You work in a place where a lot of tourist go so the attitude towards foreigners who have a hard time with American money is ridiculous!! All in all it's a pretty decent sandwich for the price.
Posted by Manya on 05/19/2011
3 of us went and shared a soup, coleslaw and fries with our 'Woody Allen' and a brisket sandwich... we could not even come close to finishing it... fries were the only thing that fell short (at $5 ) but everything else was fantastic... sharing charges apply if you don't all order a sandwich or 'main' and our bill for above with 3 soft drinks came to $70. This is a true NY experience you need to try at least once and you will return for the great food ... although pricey (unless you usually spend $19 for a sandwich) There is more than a pound of meat on the sandwich so it's not like you are not getting value