Very cool deli in Marlyebone, reminiscent of old school Jewish delis in New York like Barney Greengrass. I had the pastrami, mustard, Swiss cheese and pickle sandwich which, to be frank, was better than most pastrami sandwiches I’ve had in New York (and also about 20% cheaper). It’s tiny, but if you can get a seat, do it - it’s got a lively atmosphere. Great spot to read a chapter of a book while you eat (if you have the time).
Visiting Marylebone we were looking for somewhere to lunch. In a side street we found a lineup of people standing outside a deli. That generally means good food available! Joining the line, we made our way in a few short minutes into the deli where we were able to find some spare seats. Our lunch soup and macchiato coffee orders were taken and quickly arrived. Just a pleasure to find good food with friendly service with a smile. We will be back on our next visit to London.
Aww this place.. I loved. Family run since 1900, friendly staff. Very cute autumny decor with an incredible variety of sandwich fillings to choose from, I couldn’t believe how much choice. I went for coronation chicken which was amazing. Around £6.50 for the quality and the area, is alright. Would definitely return to try some different kinds and hopefully also soup.
There is seating inside but seems to get very busy, with a queue outside too but doesn’t seem to take too long to get down.