If you want NY deli, go to NYCity. Hot pastrami is my thing and I can even get it in Houston at Katz's, And latkes.
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A New York style, Jewish, restaurant serving many of the traditional items. The soups are great as well as the selection of main courses. Located at the end of a tiny strip mall, on Oakland Avenue, it's easy to miss. I do takeouts of their...More
On multiple brunch visits, Benji's continues to excel. It is the closest thing to a NYC deli that can be found in the Milwaukee area. The menu has a number of specials which blend deli meats with egg and cheese ( this is NOT a...More
We have been going to Benji’s for years and have had many great meals there. In the last several years, pretty much since Benji retired, the food and service have been going downhill. Last night was the coup de gras and we decided that was...More
My husband and i stopped here on our way to Door County for breakfast. My husband had the corned beef-egg plate. He loved it! I had breakfast potatoes with salami, onions and provolone cheese. It was good, especially the salami! Big chunks of it in...More
This place is a little crazy but oh so delicious! It gets really busy and for good reason. The matzo ball soup is TO DIE FOR. The sandwiches are of a generous size and just tremendously tasty. Nice fresh bread is served with each meal....More
Ordered corn beef and cabbage. Yum. Lean meat, cabbage perfectly done and potato pancakes with crispy edges served with applesauce. Perfect. Fast efficient service. My only negative the restaurant could use a little up dating.