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Posted by big daddy walt on 12/06/2006
I Have been to katz several times. And found the food top notch. The people who work their are frendly and polite. When the food is this good. Price is not everything.Still I don't think it's over priced As for the atmosphere.I find it comfortible and nice.
Posted by NYer on 10/29/2006
Still think this place has the best potato knish and deli hot dog in NYC! While the atomosphere may be lacking, if you want to experience NYC deli food, this place is a great choice.
Posted by k-dog on 09/25/2006
Went to katz's last week while vacationing in new york for the first time. My wife and I split the pastrami/corn beef combo. The sandwich was nearly $15 and not as big as advertised on their website or on tv. It was good, but for that price, i expected it to be a lot bigger - like carnegie's. The $2 dr. brown can of soda was also very pricey. Their ticket ordering system is confusing. Cheese cake was good, but not as good as carnegies. Pickles were better there though. One of the positives was that we didn't have to pay that bogus $3 sharing charge that carnegie uses...which makes sense, as the sandwiches are katz's aren't as big as carnegies, but cost the same. Wouldn't go back there again, even though "when harry met sally" is one of my wife's favourite movies.
Posted by ellyd on 09/21/2006
Have been traveling from Rockland Cty, NY to go down to Katz's every once in awhile the sandwiches used to be much larger or should I say higher stacked with pastrami or whatever. Now it is up to $13.95 and they give much less.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/28/2006
Compared to the rest of the city, Katz's is good deli but the sad fact is that is not saying much. If you want to experience a "real" nyc deli you'll have to venture to Great Neck or to the Kosher Nosh or Peetak's in Glenn Rock, NJ. The turkey and hot dogs and potato salad are all great at katz's but the corn beef is too rough, the pastrami is just off somehow, and there's something just wrong about a deli that is non-kosher and packed at all hours with tourists trying to come off as a classic NYC deli, when the truth of the matter is the city's tastes have changed and delis like bagels are no longer part of the local cuisine.
Posted by pa traveler on 08/11/2006
I try to get here on every trip to NY. I've only ever ordered the pastrami on rye with mustard, but have tasted samples of the brisket and the salami. Every thing is terrific. I've always left full and satisfied for the price paid. The pastrami is the most tender meat I have ever had. The fries are a great side.
Posted by Renie on 08/04/2006
I didn't even mind that the Brisket was a bit dry...but the prices that are charged for the size of the sandwich you're getting is not proportional. The sandwiches were not big as we were led to believe. They should be charging about $8 per sandwich not more than that for what you are getting! As a native New Yorker, I say this place is for tourists dressed up with fabled old world charm.