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Pastrami Queen

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  • Delis, Sandwiches, Kosher
  • 1125 Lexington Ave, New York NY10075 40.774367 -73.959091
  • (Btwn 78th & 79th St)
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  • (212) 734-1500
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User Ratings (Based on 37 reviews)

2.755
Food 3.4 Value 2.6
Service 2.9 Atmosphere 2.0

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 734-1500
Fax:
fax
(212) 734-0835
Website:
www.pastramiqueen.com
Place Order:
Order From Pastrami Queen for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc, DC
Hours:
Daily: 10am-10pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Cheap Eats, Kid-friendly, Delivery, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
15.00

User Reviews

  • Pastrami Queen

    Posted by old time deli boy on 01/12/2008

    oh vey

    With all the talk of the return of the second ave deli I decided to go on a deli tasting in NYC. First stop was Pastrami Queen. A pleasant surpeise. A little whole in the wall with even a nice little jewish man behind the counter. The Pastrami was great. The stuff cabbage was to sweet for my liking. The soup was as I remember with carrots and Matzo balls.The seerver knew nothing about Kosher delis. But then from behind the counter poked Henry with stories and a taste of the hot Brisket fresh out of the oven. Oh vey to die for.. My visit to the second ave deli was a bit different. It was overwhelmed with hungry New Yorkers yearning for a part of history. It was hard to comment on the food because it was very busy.And to expect high quality food and service with such an overwhelming response to the publicity.was unrealistic. I will return in a few months to try again. But in the meantime Pastrami Queen is just like I remember it.. Great.

  • Pastrami Queen

    Posted by $20 lunch...r u kidding me? on 01/01/2008

    Decent food, prices are insane..

    This is what happens when "Lenny's" is considered as a realistic Deli alternative. Don't get me started on the quality at that chain. Anyway, I used to eat at P.Q. semi regularly when on 86th St. Prices are now 30-40% higher. Although the Pastrami sandwich can at times be considered a treat, I find the overall quality to be inconsistent at best. Oh yeah, my Kinish was $5..INSANE. Basically, their asking the customers to anti up and help defray the costs from recent relocation. Sorry guys, don't count on me..however, fear not my P.Q. faithful, as they shouldn't have any problems finding takers..As the late great WC Fields quipped.. "Suckers?"..."There's one born everyday"

  • Pastrami Queen

    Posted by Don King of Poker on 12/18/2007

    Best Pastrami

    I remember the old Pastrami King in Queens. The pastrami here tastes the same -- great! A little smoky & garlicky, not like the same old pastrami you find in those other places. With a Dr. Brown's Black Cherry Soda, it doesn't get any better than this.

  • Pastrami Queen

    Posted by Bitz on 12/10/2007

    Catchy Name, not much else

    Was told that made a good pastrami sandwich, so I ordered it with a bowl of split pea soup. The soup was "ok", nothing special but good. The pastrami was greasy, fatty, and looked like I got all the scraps from making some one else's sandwich. I too am amazed that this place is kosher.

  • Pastrami Queen

    Posted by jv on 04/21/2007

    very tasty

    i am psyched that the Pastrami Queen is there - just found out about it.

  • Pastrami Queen

    Posted by Anonymous on 04/14/2007

    No Flavor

    Do Not Order the Matzah Ball Soup!!!! The broth tastes like colored water and the Matzah Balls have no flavor. The sandwiches are not worth the price.

  • Pastrami Queen

    Posted by satisfied on 01/24/2007

    Last great kosher deli in Manhattan!

    I have been eating at this delectible kosher deli since I moved to NYC several years ago. It is hands down the last remaining great Kosher deli in the city! The meats are unreal, but be sure to ask for it lean. The sweet and sour meatballs are fabulous, and their hot dog special (also know as pigs in a blanket) are the best I have ever had...and I have been chowing down on deli my whole life. Definitely don't listen to those other reviews, and don't miss out on this gem!

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