Fairly iconic Jewish deli experience. I had a pastrami on rye and the meat was very good. Just the right amount of fat, sliced perfectly, piled high. Complimentary coleslaw was crunchy and the half sour/half fresh pickles that came with the sandwich were very good. Service was fast and quite friendly. My bill came to $18 which is fairly typical if not a low price for this meal in New York City but at the end of the day I wouldn't do it often because, come on, 20 bucks for a sandwich without fries or a drink?
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