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Posted by anonymous on 12/23/2013
although the place is old, it is very clean, the food is tradition Jewish deli food, mostly very tasty. i would recommend this place for soups and sandwiches.
Posted by Visitors from FL on 12/30/2012
Great kosher deli! My husband and I had a great meal there. We loved the matzo ball soup, the pickles, the beef goulash and stuffed derma. Casual, warm atmosphere and friendly professional service. Highly recommend.
Posted by delilover on 01/21/2012
I was a fan of this place for a long time and went in a few weeks ago for lunch. It was disappointing. So sad. Over the years I've recommended this place to friends. Recently I got the first negative response from a close friend. Thought he was just in a bad mood. Guess not. Two of us commented it took a whole night to get the bad taste out of our mouths.
Posted by mike on 08/15/2011
This place is the second best deli in New York (Sarges is best). A nondescript place serving terrific soups and solid deli food, if a bit pricey. The real deal.
Posted by Rebecca on 09/08/2010
I had a Jewish deli craving earlier this afternoon, but I didn't want to head downtown from my place in Harlem to another deli. I had never eaten at Fine & Schapiro despite having lived in this city for over five years and passing by the place en route to other places numerous times. The place looks like it hasn't been renovated since 1962 and I didn't have much expectations, but I actually was pleasantly surprised. I had half a hot pastrami sandwich with matzoh ball soup and soda for $14 and change including tax (I ordered takeout since it was a nice day and I wanted to eat outside), which is reasonable for a kosher deli. The pastrami was very juicy and flavorful while the matzoh ball soup was piping hot with an airy and fluffy matzoh ball. I'm actually glad I didn't make the trek downtown as I never would have discovered this neighborhood gem. It's good to know there's a place I can get my deli fix that's a short subway ride from my apartment.
Posted by SMG on 09/07/2010
Every time I come here I leave with a satisfied belly full of good old-fashioned home-cooked Jewish food. The service is quick and the sour pickles are delish. Best egg barley around (with mushrooms and onions, yum). If you love Jewish delis, and are in the neighborhood, this place is a must.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/12/2010
This is a great value kosher deli. I have been eating there for years. You can get a great meal - love the matzo ball soup, the pickles, the sandwiches - for a decent price. Casual and warm atmosphere. Friendly service. What else to ask for after a long dat at work?