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Posted by james on 07/29/2008
I'm from florida and i always heard that brooklyn wasn't that nice. It actually turned out to be really nice neighborhood with an urban feel to it. The guys at the deli were super nice and the food was great for a deli.
Posted by adjSpcs on 12/03/2007
First off, the service is way above average. I live and work in the neighborhood, so Joe's is a weekly venture for my wife and me. On the weekend we're having excellent egg sandwiches. During the week we may stop in for the Brooklyn Brewery sandwich and any of the fresh daily pastas. The staff is always fun and accommodating. And as for the salads.... they're great.
Posted by BIGmike on 09/23/2007
The sandwiches are good at best. The salads are said to be home made but taste out of the tub. The hot foods are tasty but expensive ,as the portions are by the pound. Lots of greasy breading on the veal and chicken. The sauces are heavy and bland. The staff always have a comment and steer toward the daily special. OVER ALL pass it by or go in, NOT a memorable lunch. Sorry.
Posted by Eh. on 12/05/2006
I was looking forward to having a great Italian sandwich here. Perhaps I set my sights too high. Food complaints: they use prosciutto cotto (regular ham) here, not the more tasty prosciutto crudo, the stuff I expect to get when you order "prosciutto." Also bread is too thick and crusty so the bread dwarves the stuff inside the sandwich. Other complaints: They don't label the prepared foods in the deli counter and they don't have a menu for them so you have to point and ask. What's that...what's that...how much is that. Also the sandwich board is difficult to read and there are no paper menus you can take. Positives: the staff is very friendly and the prices are reasonable. The mozzarella was very good (but nothing worth making a special trip for). If you want an amazing Italian sandwich try Melampo on Sullivan Street in Manhattan instead.