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Katz's Delicatessen

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  • Delis, Sandwiches, Eastern European
  • 205 E Houston St, New York NY10002 40.722283 -73.98747
  • (At Ludlow St)
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  • (212) 254-2246
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User Ratings (Based on 127 reviews)

3.215
Food 3.9 Value 2.9
Service 2.9 Atmosphere 3.2

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 254-2246
Fax:
fax
(212) 674-3270
Websites:
www.katzsdelicatessen.com
www.katzsdelinyc.com
Place Order:
Order From Katz's Delicatessen for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Mon-Wed: 8am-10:45pm Thu: 8am-2:45am Fri: 8am-12am Sat: 24 hours Sun: 12am-10:45pm
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Cheap Eats, Open Late, Open 24 Hours, Delivery, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
15.00

User Reviews

  • Katz's Delicatessen

    Posted by jim from ct on 08/02/2006

    Tenderest patrami I tried yet!

    Never had a pastrami or conered beef that melted in your mouth as Katz's. Long lines during the wait are worth it for the price. Carnegie's has a little more meat but you cannot match the tenderness, with absolutely no grizzle. Meat cutters very friendly and happy to cater to special orders. Wish I knew who the pickle supplier is.

  • Katz's Delicatessen

    Posted by Bert on 04/19/2006

    What's all the fuss about?

    I guess you have to order pastrami at Katz's. I ordered the lox and cream cheese on a toasted bagel. The lox tastedlike that stuff you get in a small plastic package in your neighborhood super market! Tiny plates and papercups for the soda didn't help matters, and even the fine pastrami sandwiches my buddies ordered weren't as "over-stuffed" as the promotional implies.

  • Katz's Delicatessen

    Posted by Ben on 04/19/2006

    The best Pastrami

    Been to NY 3 times, but never went here before - decided to pay a visit after a tip off - all in all the best Pastrami and corn beef I have ever tasted and quite possibly the biggest sandwich I have ever had. This place is brilliant, very down and dirty, but that just adds to the atmosphere. As expected its very busy, but worth the wait - there are the options of self service or waitress service. I will definitely come back next time i'm over - much better than the salt beef from Golders Green in London!

  • Katz's Delicatessen

    Posted by Anonymous on 04/17/2006

    Feels authentic

    On a weekend visit to NY, I wanted to go to a deli. We walked and walked to get there from the Brooklyn Bridge. I read on the website that Katz's closed at 3 on Saturday. I was worried if we got there at 2:30 it would be too late to order. Instead it was just mobbed. I loved it. My husband got a hot dog and kraut (at the short line) and grabbed a table where he made friends with some of the other diners. I waited and waited on one of the pastrami lines. Finally I got my huge sandwich and some cole slaw. A mound of pastrami that was moist and good and some rye bread. Plenty for the two us with some cole slaw and the hot dog warm-up. Cherry soda for the drink. Here is the great part. Most of the expert meat cutters cutting the Jewish food were Puerto Rican. The customers were all colors and languages, African Americans, Russians, Latinos, Asians, and yes a few American whites. Everyone was happy. It just made me feel so good to be in New York City. Can you believe I almost never eat meat?

  • Katz's Delicatessen

    Posted by Columbia Scholar on 03/14/2006

    Not Impressed

    Totally hyped up place for no reason. We saw it on PBS and went to see what all the craze was about. $60 later we still had to go to lunch again downtown because we were all so hungry. When Harry Met Sally was a long time ago- get over it! There are so many better places to spend your money in Manhattan.

  • Katz's Delicatessen

    Posted by foodieuk on 02/14/2006

    Dissapointing

    Trudged through the snow for a much anticipated Katz brunch only to leave rather dissapointed. After walking in to an empty diner we were left confused by what seems to be an overly complicated way of ordering. The tuna "salad" sandwich that my girlfriend ordered was a bit lacking in salad. A few bits of iceberg and a slice of tomato. My hot smoked pastrami sandwich from the self proclaimed, makers of the biggest sandwiches in the world left me feeling decidedly short changed. A few slices of pastrami on stale rye bread should not command a price of $12. The Pickles were overly salty and lacking in vinegar and the fries were cold. All in all a poor experience on an otherwise memorable holiday.

  • Katz's Delicatessen

    Posted by KosherKing on 01/06/2006

    Katz-tastic

    If you want to go to a New York City Jewish Deli well then this is your place. So it's not Kosher. Are you?

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