Saturday, March 09, 2013

Katz's Delicatessen, New York City

Half Pastrami Sandwich

Oh man, that was good. Even when he gave me that little taster of pastrami at the counter, I was totally impressed with how tender, fatty, and savory it was. The meat was almost as rich as Franklin Barbecue in Austin, except of course that this was in a kosher deli instead.

That was awesome. I'm definitely going to have to come back (205 East Houston Street, 212-254-2246); there were so many other things on the menu that sounded delicious. Note for future reference: there was hardly any line when one comes here late on a Saturday night.


Chris H said...

My first time in NYC as an adult was in 2011. The lady friend wanted to go to Katz's, since she's quite a fan of When Harry Met Sally. Of course, she wanted to sit at the famous table where the famous scene was shot. I wasn't crazy about the idea, mainly because I just don't love attention. We walked into Katz's, and damnit if the famous table wasn't the only one that was vacant! It ended up being mostly fine. I got the tongue sandwich. It was delicious, but too big to eat.

Vivilicious said...

Why did you get only half a sandwich? I always roll out of that place, happily... ;-)