Best pastrami in the world!!!! Really. Also the matzoball soup is a delicatessen. Every time in New York we came back here. Totally worth
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My wife and I were part of an extended-family Christmas gathering in New York City. One family friend simply couldn’t stop talking about the pastrami at Ben’s, and so this became a dinner destination. Sadly, she wouldn’t stop talking about the pastrami even after we...More
Had a huge pastrami sandwich which was very good - however, their staff need lessons in manners and courtesy. Some of them were damn rude.
We were salivating for a authentic Jewish Deli and found Ben's. It was more of an art-deco restaurant. It was mid afternoon and almost empty. Ordered corned beef sandwich on rye and it was huge. Thought it was strange that the bread was plain with...More
Ben's is very convenient and not overly crowded, so we're always seated promptly. So what if it's not as famous as other places like Katz's or Barney Greengrass' -- Ben's offers solid kosher fare, generously served, and ultimately comforting (and reasonably priced!). We always make...More
Great service and very good food. We tried a couple of kosher dishes and of course the corned beef sandwiches. everything was very good and reasonably priced. This restaurant is a better option than the touristy ones in Times Square.
Being from the South my wife has always wanted to eat at a Kosher Deli like the ones she has seen on T.V. Well one night for dinner we went to this deli and were not disappointed. The roast beef sandwich and chicken dinner were...More
This place is a yardstick for what a NYC kosher deli should be. So many places call themselves "NY style" delis these days that the real thing gets muddled. No confusion about this place. Endless choices. All the classics. Great sandwiches and soup. We had...More