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Posted by Frank H on 05/01/2014
I could not wait to try the food, I was so excited to get to NYC. The guy behind the counter was RUDE . The roast beef was beyond rare it was raw and the blood was soaked into the bread. When I asked to have the sandwich to go, the server looked at me and said "whatcha problem man" and walked off and someone else had to cut a wrap the sandwich. I am sorry that i waited in line to be so disappointed!
Posted by newdeli on 08/06/2013
Now I could platz. It took me 8 months to give Katz another try. I ordered through seamless asked for extra lean, tender cut and its what I gotit was the best. I'm glad I gave them another try.
Posted by newdeli on 01/06/2013
I don't know why most of the pastrami ended up north of 34 street so far from its downtown birth place. However when I found out I can get delivery from Katzs' it's a wonderful thing I thought. But is it just me I found the pastrami a little tough. I'll give them another try maybe I have to order lean. I hate going there in person without friends from out of town. The atmosphere can be rated a 0 or a 5 depending on where you live.
Posted by Eddie M. on 12/29/2012
About $18.00 for a sandwich, but if you can eat it all at one serving, you know it's really good. The sandwiches are so big that you can actually make 3 modest ones out of one.
Posted by transplanted palm beach jew on 12/22/2012
Anywhere in the city you get what you pay for ,afterall it is NYC. I've been here a few times and when I come back home I have to stop here. All I can say is, don't let this treasure get by you. The prices are a little steep but the food is great and the smells...well it gave me wood. Being a Jew ,I know good deli and this IS good deli, afterall ,just ask Billy Crystal
Posted by Anonymous West villager on 12/04/2012
Their attitude is an act mostly for the tourists - the only thing worth eating here is the pastrami on rye with mustard. The rest of their food is mediocre at best and this hasn't changed in the past 15 years that I have been going there.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/18/2012
My wife and I were in town for some sightseeing and the San Genaro Festival. We decided to stop at Katz's before hoofing it down to the 9/11 memorial. We had a pastrami and corned beef sandwich on rye, with a couple of pickles. It was the best either of us had ever had.