Good place to go have a nice sandwiches. I like the corn beef, turkey pastrami, and especially the Israeli salad with tuna. Not Kosher.
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Good deli food with large portions. However, gets too crowded and VERY noisy. I gave a friend a bowl of oatmeal that I could not finish. The waitress billed her for a sharing charge and would not take it off. Apparently, the waitress notified the cashier who would not take it off nor discuss. It was so embarrassing. Waited for... More
Really good deli the old fashioned way. Love the cole slaw that they serve to every table. Service is usually very good. Jewish style delis are dwindling for some reason. They used tbe ubiquitous in South Florida. Now not so much. If you still want great sandwiches or a Nova platter then you should go here.
We were there on a Saturday eve before going to the theatre with another couple. We were there just in time for the early bird special and all of us ordered that. I got the liver and onions. My husband got the half chicken with stuffing and the other couple shared a fish dish. The other couple are don't eat... More
Mo's has it all - big deli sandwiches, omelets, salads (recently added Israeli is delicious). Conveniently located for us, we go there once every 2 weeks for our "deli" fix. It's a little bit of NY right here in Aventura. The staff is lacking the gruff NY attitude. And maybe that's not a and thing. They're friendly, and obliging. The... More
Typically finding a parking space is the first challenge. The wait was fairly short for a Sunday lunch. The service was typically slow. The soup cabbage sweet and sour soup is worth the trip. The 1/2 tongue sandwich was overstuffed and satisfying. Coleslaw and half sour pickels made the meal complete.
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What is that horrible thing you call a turkey burger? It can't be turkey. Doesn't even resemble meat in taste or texture. I thought I had been given a veggie burger by mistake but waiter insisted it was turkey burger. I rarely complain about food or send anything back, but this may be single worst thing I ever put in my mouth.Honestly made me gag. You can do better.