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B, Q at Kings Hwy.
American Express, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
- Good for Groups
- No Alcohol
Avenue S to Avenue N, Coney Island Ave. to Nostrand Ave.
This venue is closed.
This kosher deli has been serving up corned beef and pastrami to Brooklyn carnivores since 1957. While its heaping sandwiches might not be as famous as Katz’s or the Carnegie Deli, they are noteworthy in their own, quieter right. The hot open turkey sandwich is another menu highlight, drowned in brown gravy alongside Nathan’s-style fries and a portion of peas and carrots. The knishes are warm, dense, and a perfect match for brown mustard, as kosher-deli knishes should be, and the turkey vegetable soup is both hearty and lightly sweet. Side dishes, like an uninspiring pasta salad and dry kasha varnishkes, can be done without, but then again, you don’t come to a kosher deli for the sides.Recommended Dishes
Mushroom barley soup, $2.95; potato knish, $2.50; hot open turkey, $13.75; pastrami on rye, $9.75
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