On your visit to New York, make sure you don’t miss any chance to visit famous New York delis. Although it is not the specialty of this city, eating in such place will give you different sensation: imagine you are in one of the most crowded and busy cities in the world, while you are capable to take your time to grab and meal while seeing many passing by.
Visiting New York can be tricking you to always crave more food with great looks—as it is what this city has in terms of cuisine. Ready-to-eat meals, although it is on the cheaper side, should be on your bucket list too. Hence that’s why it will be great if you take your time to visit these famous New York delis.
Its name was once Pastrami King, and this is known to be one of the best delis in NYC that people ever known. Even though it is now moving on to be famous New York deli in Manhattan, which is well-known for its pricy neighborhood, you should not doubt that they will serve you nice food at a nice price for your bank account.
Mile End deli
Despite its exterior that doesn’t look ‘appetizing’, you should not hesitate to step in. Why so? You can get a chance to taste Canadian delis menu. Mile End is famous for providing Canadian style (Montreal) smoked beef, which will offer you slightly different taste which will be great for you who’re craving for a culinary adventure.
The combo of their pastrami and corned beef is extravagant, and this is one of their specialties. However, if you are craving from other kind of sandwiches, never doubt to ask the menu. You can choose various kinds of sandwiches, ranging from tongue, corned beef, and liver. Matzah bowl soup will be another great founding on this deli. Been there since 1888, seems there is no sign of closure.
2nd Ave. Deli (Second Avenue Deli)
First opened in 1956, this deli is still going strong until now—meaning the deli is nothing but notable enough for its taste, right? Any kinds of your favorite Jewish staple food can be found in this deli. The deli is open all day except Saturday.
David ‘s Brisket House
The restaurant has been open for more than 50 years. Although the history has gone if that, what’s intriguing is not only its soft brisket. The top-notch Jewish deli is nowadays run by a Muslim. Hence, if you are a Muslim, you should never hesitate to satiate your taste buds by visiting this deli.
So, which deli sounds great for your next mealtime? If you are staying for quite long in New York, that would be great to visit all those famous New York delis, right?