Had lunch here. Pastrami sandwiches are excellent- we tried both the one on the with coleslaw and Swiss cheese, and the French dip. Didn’t order anything else, as sandwiches were plenty. Go for it!!
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We went here for lunch after friends recommended. It was delicious. We ordered the #19 and pastrami/chili/cheese fries and split both. Also ordered the Cream Soda that they are famous for. Arrived at 11:30 am so when we were leaving there was a line outside...More
After having been to most of NY’s Pastrami Castles, a friend highly recommended a trip to Langer’s. Located off the beaten path, parking is at a premium but there is a preferred lot you can go to and have your ticket validated. The servers were...More
Customer Service was good: Host was Very Friendly: The French Dip Sandwich: The Roast Beef was extremely Dry: The Meat was Dry:The Dip was Bland 3/5 For Quality Control: 3/5 For Deli Sandwich Taste: Lines we’re Extremely Long; A very popular place in Los Angeles:...More
The Pastrami Sandwich here on house based rye is the best! Corned beef sandwich here is also amazing. Also some really good meals on the Jewish Deli menu.
Overpriced stingy portion sandwich,owner very rude and mean.A very dangerous area to walk in,even in the daytime,drug dealers,filthy streets.TAKE MY WORD AND STAY AWAY. How did this worn out dump get such good reviews? i think something is wrong.
Apparently, this is a local institution. Was visiting here and my friend raved about this so went for lunch. He said the pastrami was awesome but I'm not a fan of that so i ordered a brisket sandwich on rye. I was underwhelmed. It looked...More
Back for my second experience, thinking I would be disappointed. The second time never holds up to the first, right? WRONG!! It was just great. The pastrami was tender and really flavorful and the bread had that crisp crust and tender center that complimented the...More
Definitely the best Pastrami sandwich I've had anywhere to date and I'm 66 years old. Number 19 is Pastrami with coleslaw on the sandwich with Russian dressing and Swiss Cheese on lightly toasted rye bread. Better be hungry it's a large meal :-)