Been here just to check the salted beef sandwich. While good, not up to the standard of Katz's or Carnegie Deli in NYC.
The salted beef was OK, not to salty, but unfortunately was not very hot, but barely warm. Bread was a bit thin and broke up easily due to moist from the meat, so in the end it was easier to just eat the meat without the bread.
That said, still probably one of the best hot pastrami you can get in London, I believe is slightly better than the one at Selfridge's Brass Rail.
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