This is a tiny place with high chairs and communal tables. Not comfortable, the idea is you eat and go. But the food is great, all home-made by its owner Clarisa.
The hot pastrami sandwich is very good (but not up to the New York's Kat's standard), but the taste is great and it's big, the bread was great. The knishes are great, however a bit big so the stuffing overwhelms the pastry, which is delicious on its own.
The latkes reminded me of my own bobe's, so they were definitely good.
So, go for the food, there are not many places for eating this kind of food, apart from your jewish grandma home.
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