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It’s iconic and the food is fabulous. Our group had both the Pastrami and Rueben sandwiches and they were amazing. Even though it was busy the staff took time to explain the ‘system’ to us. You get a ticket, line up in front of a...More
I think because I had been told so much about this place I was expecting more! The guy who served us was very attentive, nothing wrong with the service, found the chicken and noodle soup tasteless I had the pastrami sandwich and was looking forward...More
Excellent experience. Great food and an incredible atmosphere. Seeing all the pictures of the celebrits over the decades on the walls was like a trip down memory lane. I had the sauage samwhich and my wife had the dinner plate. We both loved it. Will...More
It is the best...
NOT the cheapest...
But it is the BEST deli in NYC
They shot movies there (When Harry met Sally is one of them)
But the food is absolutely divine...
Every time i am in NYC I go there at least once......More
I've been wanting to visit Katz for years and finally last weekend we did. As expected there was a queue but this moved pretty quickly. Now for the down side. The ordering system is for a new comer an absolute nightmare, nothing is overly clear...More
This place is a classic New York Deli! The Pastrami is cured for 30 days! This will be the biggest and best sandwich you will ever have and well worth the price. They have other great selections on the menu. If you do not want...More
We got there and it was cues outside. We asked how long they said 10 minutes and it was less. My wife and I got 2 sandwiches which were massive at lunch and didn't eat again till about 8 and that was a light bite....More
Bursting with an amazing array of sights, sounds, and smells on every block, a visit to Chinatown feels like entering a different world. It’s a colorful spectacle that gets even more crowded on weekends, when families stream in to enjoy huge dim sum feasts and to stock up at the markets on Mott Street. To take a break from the buzz, grab something sweet from one of the many bakeries in the area and head to Columbus Park, where
many Chinatown residents exercise, play games, and chat the day away.
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Their food and service is awful and I dont think it s a good idea that u ruine your christmas day by eating a food like that. We were on a road trip and after 13 hours of straight driving we went there and we only had 2 bite... More
Their food and service is awful and I dont think it s a good idea that u ruine your christmas day by eating a food like that. We were on a road trip and after 13 hours of straight driving we went there and we only had 2 bite of their sandwiches and we regreted to go there. I had an upset stomach for hours after eating there. There are so many great places to eat in New York that you cant even compare with this place. I m not sure how they become so famous with a food and poor service like that