The food was good as usual but they were really understaffed and it sounds like that’s a normal situation.
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I think Chompies is as good or better than the famous NYC deli Katz's. Their corned beef piled high sandwich is juicy, sliced thin, and on their Jewish rye with mustard. the half sours are the best on the planet. We live in Tucson, and...More
I come with my husband or my gal pals and there is always something varied and deliscious as well as healthy.
Went with a large group. Our orders were efficiently taken and efficiently presented. Service was very good and for this large ground no one complained their order was wrong. Food was delicious. One negative was my half sandwich was soaked with the soup that was...More
we were out and about and wondering where to eat when we came across chomiie's, and were very pleased. at first I thought they were a little over priced, but when I saw what you got when the order came I understood. while waiting for...More
This place had everything you'd expect from a NY Deli (rubens, matzo ball soup, kreplach, potato pancakes) plus everything you expect from a diner (meatloaf, grilled cheese). Its a sit down restaurant plus a counter for ordering bakery and deli items to go. It's been...More
Every time we go to Phoenix we eat at Chompies every night. The food is great and the service is wonderful. The menu is very large and the foods are different from most restaurants. The prices are reasonable and the portions are Hugh. WE ARE...More
Great! Love their “Grandpa” corned beef sandwich & cole slaw. Food is always so tasty. The cannoli for dessert was also delicious. Service was fast and friendly.
This place came highly recommended by family. Chompie's did not disappoint. Went for breakfast and it was very good. Although I am from Texas, this is what I envision a NY deli to be like. Excellent bagels.
I have been dying for a really good pastrami sandwich and somebody told me about Chompies. I was excited to go there and ordered a full-sized huge sandwich so that I could take half of it home and eat it later. However, I was very...More