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Posted by KosherKing on 01/06/2006
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?
Posted by Sara on 01/04/2006
My mother and I saved the best for last as we went to Katz's on our last day in New York. I am so glad we tried it. It was fabulous. We went for breakfast and I'm glad we did because it wasn't very busy as I had heard if you try to go at lunch there are long lines. The staff was friendly and boisterous. The food was excellent. I will definitely be making my way back to Katz's on my next visit to New York.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/13/2005
The food is great in this casual dining adventure. Very noisy and busy but fun going up to the counter with a number and ordering food. It all happens very fast and it's a fun place to go with friends.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/08/2005
Haven't been to Carnegie Deli, but Katz's is definitely the best New York deli I've eaten at (a mile or so better than Stage Deli). Great pastrami, a little thicker and less peppery than normal but also more flavorful and not too greasy, along with sensational egg creams and a real Lower Eastside ambiance makes for a winner.
Posted by B Carr on 09/29/2005
Being a British tourist I had to go to Katz for the experience. You step in and immediately you feel like you are in New York. The place has a good atmosphere with pictures of previous customers (famous people) dotted about on the walls. You can order take out but we opted for table service. I wish I got the name of our waiter. He was attentive and very professional, explaining most things on the menu. My friend and I got hot pastrami sandwiches, fries and beers. The sandwich was divine. The fries had just been made so they were hot and fresh. Try something different and opt for the vanilla egg cream instead of the typical soda's. The egg cream is very good. My only one gripe is that the toilets were in a terrible state.
Posted by khuckster on 08/03/2005
The staff was friendly, cordial, and available. They were quick to answer questions and served up generous portions with a smile. Unlike some of there uptown competitors, they have plenty of room, reasonable prices and great value. I was also able to fill my water bottles before leaving on my walking tour. The kind of NYC establishment that makes it worth the effort.
Posted by ed on 07/07/2005
Lunch on july 2. Sandwiches are great but avoid the french fries. Not really any more expensive than the mid town competitors but does have a certain charm the others lack.