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Mill Basin Kosher Delicatessen
Posted by Richard on 12/27/2014
I went out of my way to try Mill Basin Deli and unfortunately it was awful. The servers were very good, but the pastrami sandwich I had ($20 with tip) was dry and tasteless, and the cole slaw and pickles were equally bad. I suggest the owners go to The Bronx and visit Leibman's deli for a lesson on how to operate.
Posted by oyvey on 06/19/2014
Am a regular at the other local kosher deli but a friend wanted to come here. Pastrami was dry & tasteless-I never use mustard on pastrami-I know I'm odd-but it needed something. (By the way even the mustard is better at the other deli). The kasha knish was large but not creamy-outside had burn marks. Pickles were wilted. So my friend knows where we are going next time for kosher deli
Posted by Richie on 04/09/2014
Love their food. Also if you have children who are allergic to milk. There is no milk in any of their food. I always order for delivery when I am not in the restaurant. They have nice people working there as well.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/12/2012
Authentic Jewish deli. Food is fresh and delicious. Best pastrami to be found.
Posted by pjc on 08/06/2011
I had heard so much about this place, that we took a special journey to experience the old-time deli rush. what a disappointment!! the stuffed derma was greasy and tasteless-the rim was hard as stone, seemingly from being constantly reheated and waiting to be served over weeks! the pastrami was dry and the club bread was inedible. the fries were shockingly unappetizing. the pea soup was ok and the hot dogs were definitely below average in taste and consistency. what is all the raving about? we tooked 2/3 of it home and five hours later, took tastes of the left-overs and tossed them out. all of this for 40 dollars, including the tip. the place was the pits.