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About Lenny's Deli
Lenny’s Deli is committed to serving the very best meals to its patrons with the highest quality foods. Our baked goods are made from scratch & our family recipes are a true labor of love. Since the 1950′s Lenny’s family has been in the Jewish delicatessen & bakery business, committed to providing only the best quality food in New York. In 1996 Lenny brought to Los Angeles the same commitment to quality food & service in opening notable California restaurants & bakeries such as the Nosh of Beverly Hills & 17th Street Cafe & Bakery.
Now, Lenny & his partners present Lenny’s Deli. Lenny’s Deli offers the same favorites of the New York Jewish Deli & bakery, combined with an exciting healthy food menu. Lenny’s Deli is proud to present many organic foods, cage free eggs, & a gluten free menu.
Lenny welcomes you & looks forward to serving you & your family again soon!
Los Angeles, CA 90064
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Sunday: 7:00am - 11:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Special occasion & wedding cakes are our specialty & we would love to host your next party. From hot matzo ball soup to delicious rugalah, unbelievable deli platters, & our fresh chopped grilled vegetable salad. Catering trays available and white table cloth service is offered.
Valet parking with 80 parking spaces in a lot on the side of our 11,000 square foot facility
Private Party Contact:
Tom Miller: (310) 475-5771
Beer, Cafe, Counter Seating, Delivery, Entertainment, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Lenny's Deli Ratings and Reviews
The service was abysmal. We were asked to wait to be seated, but after several minutes seated ourselves. No coffee; no menus & no server for 12 minutes until we flagged him down.
They did not make the food as we ordered it & had to grab someone to get the check.
All while the restaurant was half empty.
Not as good as they used to be.
This place has sadly gone downhill since it was Junior's. Food is really not as good as it used to be. Our orders were almost all wrong. The servers are really nice... it's not just not their fault that things are not running smoothly. Maybe the new owners will figure out the problems.
This deli looks promising with a nice display of pastries and foods in the glass cases when you walk in. The menu has all the traditional favorites such as matzoh ball soup, chopped liver, blintzes, stuffed cabbage, potato pancakes, knishes, lox, whitefish, herring in cream sauce, noodles with pot cheese, and much more. The food just didn't taste the way it does if you grew up eating it. The matzoh balls resembled bland, processed, nondescript dumplings. The chopped liver lacked flavor and texture. Waitstaff didn't know when to take dishes away or when to bring individual plates for shared appetizers. Prices are a little high, too, for what you get.
My wife had an Egg White Omelette with Mushrooms, Broccoli, and Jack Cheese; Fresh Fruit; and Fresh Coffee. I had an Egg White Omelette with Turkey, Mushrooms, Broccoli, and Jack Cheese; Fresh Fruit; and Fresh Coffee. The food was delicious and the service was excellent.
We always use Lenny's for our West L.A. work lunches. They deliver and we enjoy their assortment of meats and tuna salad for sandwiches. I suggested that my friend and I meet up here for Sunday breakfast. It wasn't too crowded when we were there since it was early so we were able to talk without having to strain to hear. We will be back again in the future if we are in the area.
This was my first visit. I had a "special" combo sandwich of corned beef and pastrami. It was fine, not as good as Langer's (but almost nothing is...) and not as bad as many other CA "delis." Pickles and sourkraut were complimentary. I took out a slice of lemon "meringue" pie--lemon was quite good, but the rest wasn't, as well as onion rolls (good) and bagels (fair). Overall, ok.
Since both of us are still watching our waistlines, and because this food so nicely fits our low calorie requirement, we both again had Egg White Omelettes with Mushrooms, Broccoli, and Jack Cheese, Fresh Fruit, and Fresh Coffee. Nutritious, delicious, and the service was excellent. Try it. You'll like it.
Both of us are trying to lose weight. Two nights ago we each had "breakfast" again for dinner. That meal was so good that we came back tonight and enjoyed Egg White Omelettes stuffed with Jack Cheese, Mushrooms & Broccoli, and Fresh Coffee. Absolutely delicious, healthy, and very low in calories!!!
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