Friday, February 12, 2010
An old-fashioned Jewish deli with some new fangled dishes. Decorated in black and white and clearly an Upper West Side nabe fave. Starters include the requisite sour/half sour pickles and coleslaw. Tangy sour pickles create a tasty start. After watching reruns of deep fried paradise on the Travel channel, I could not resist the Devil Dog which is a deep fried hot dog with three toppings for $5.25.
My dog was a juicy mix of flavors with pastrami bits, brisket and baked beans as well as raw onions. Delish. The other two dishes- mac and cheese croquettes, and potato pancakes were a supporting cast to the deep fried dog. Very accomodating service.