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Posted by Anonymous on 02/28/2009
I visited with some friends. I had the pastrami sandwich and was dreaming of it for days. The banana pudding was out of this world too! The atmosphere is quaint, it has a "been around forever" feel to it that makes you feel right at home. A great place to meet with friends!
Posted by anonymous on 02/03/2009
Have been there a few times, the soup and sandwich- great deal, and very yummy! Brisket was great and pastrami very good.Perfect sized portion. Soups -matzoh ball, kreplach, mushroom barley great. Loved the eggs also. My favorite ( I eyed a few times and finally gave in)- the bannana pudding. Divine! Service very good, and pretty place. Also- it smells like a deli!
Posted by anonymous on 01/19/2009
I have tried mac and cheese from many places and you may doubt a jewish deli for having gret mac and cheese. but, it is the best i have ever had, i have had friends eat other things there (sandwiches) and they said it was good, but main point is best mac and cheese, only problem was that one time they did not warm it up, so make sure they do that and one time the top was burnt but once i got past the burnt best mac and cheese.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/06/2009
I love Lansky's! I think the interior is beautiful and the service is great. I've only had the pastrami (excellent), matzo ball soup, an omelet, and a knish so far, but all were excellent. My friend who got the chocolate cake said it was amazing. I definitely want to go back and sample more of the menu. And I love the free pickles and cole slaw with every meal. I hope this plays does well and stays around, because I will be happy to return.
Posted by UWS Jew on 01/01/2009
The food is great, the place is charming ... however if you are going to have your food delivered ... be careful. If you have a paper menu, be careful, it's misleading. You get some bonus prices added to your check and some of the menu items that include other items are misprinted. So ask what you get. Also have the order taker repeat your order 2 times back to you and make sure it's very clear. I ordered about $40 worth of breakfast foods. Half the order was wrong. Called back told them that most was wrong and he would resend the food to replace. Well that was wrong too. Stupid me I let the 2nd delivery guy go giving him back the replacement food. I should have kept it for all my trouble. Their delivery service is not good! They have no system at all. Bottom line ... place is great to eat in ... but takeout was the worst experience I ever had.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/28/2008
With so many new restaurants opening with weird concepts and gimmicks, it is refreshing to discover this new "Jewish" style deli. the menu is great, large with so many favorites. Now the prices are so reasonable, but that is not the reason I love this place, instead I love it for the food. the matzoh ball soup is the best I have had. the pastrami is very good, the pickles are great, in fact you see the pieces of garlic. The have an extensive menu, I ordered chicken in a pot, wow! It came in a huge bowl covered in crispy pastry. When you pierce the top, make your way through the explosion of fragrant steam, you find delicious chicken with vegetables, and again some of those wonderful matzoh balls. Save room for the desserts, all were terrific. the banana pudding is so heart warming. the strawberry cheesecake is outragious. They have an extensive beer list, and a very good selection of wines by the glass, quite unusual for any deli. i love this place and will recommend to all.
Posted by Local Guy on 12/27/2008
Ordered basic dishes and they took forever to serve and were cold. Asked to have hot turkey warmed up and it was brought back 15 minutes later: cold. Left a tip for the server and walked out. Won't be around long if this keeps up.