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Posted by MJ on 01/02/2007
I will not be back again, when it was next to 86th Street, it was worth stopping by, but now in the new location, it's not worth the effort. Service was always suspect and the prices were goofy high.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/09/2005
A friend said Pastrami Queen was really good. I had a hankering for good Jewish deli, so I got a pastrami on rye to go. $11.40 with tax. It was good, tasty, fresh. But not a huge sandwich like you get at the better known delis and kinda pricey considering it was an average size portion. As I said, it was good but not up to the quality of the Second Avenue Deli, easily the best Jewish deli in New York. And I find it hard to believe this place is Kosher, even though they claim to be. The atmosphere was unkempt and the joint was surprisingly empty at 7:00 p.m. on a weekday night.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/20/2005
Like the title says....try the brisket. They make the most tender, melt in your mouth brisket I've ever had. If you like pastrami too, you can order a deli plate with the two meats and share with a friend. Then you can make your own sandwiches or eat it without bread. I prefer the no bread way because I can savor the delicious meat. Godd service and friendly people. If you like fries, tey have huge hand cut potatos. I usually ask for gravy so I can put them on the meat and fries.
Posted by Orthodox Girl on 09/15/2005
This restaurant is not considered kosher by any Orthodox Rabbi. They use Hebrew National meats which are questionable and are not even produced for Jews. Do not be mistaken and think you are eating kosher at this restaurant simply because they claim they are kosher and have a "kosher sounding" menu. It is not 100% treif but if you are orthodox and keep kosher and shabbat...this is not the place for you.
Posted by eddie on 05/30/2005
I'm from london and really love eating pastrami sandwiches which is common in nyc, however this restaurant had to be the best. I liked it so much that I went for lunch and dinner three times. The food is a really good value for money, guranteed to make you leave smiling.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/03/2005
If your craving pastrami come here. Great sandwiches and great french fries. Service isn't too great, it takes them a while to come to your table, fill up your water and refill ur pickes and coleslaw. Also the atmosphere isn't anything to write home about, but the reason you're coming here is for the food.
Posted by Patsy on 04/27/2005
I've never left here hungry I can tell you that. I actually always go with a buddy so we can split something. I have yet to be able to finish one of their sandwiches.