Best pastrami sandwich ever. The pastrami to measure all other pastrami by. Soul warming matzo ball soup. Chewy chocolatey brownie. So sad they closed their doors.
Sad this place is closing. Went one last time.
Really enjoyed lunch today. Always good for a Reuben and fries, or the turkey. Sorry to hear they are closing. Sunday, February 11th is their last day.
Food was extremely poor. The matzo ball soup was similar to dish water and the matzo brie was barely discernible as being made from matzo. When you combine the poor food with the incredibly loud noise, it makes for a one-time visit only.
Horrendous pastrami. At least half the pieces that actually had meat on it contained fat and I even got pieces that were only fat. No excuse to serve it that way. Very unlikely to go back unless they change.
We went to DGS for dinner before the theater. My friends had been there before and recommended it. We enjoyed the food and the extensive beer list. However, the menu was very small and offered few choices. My friends said that was a huge change from their previous visit.
The delicious smell of deli meet greeted me as soon as I walked in the door. Unfortunately, the pastrami was not as good as I remembered it to be. It was tougher, chewier, and not as moist as I would have liked. Hopefully, this was an anomaly from what has otherwise been a go-to for great pastrami in DC.
Food was mediocre and menu very limited. Latkes were too think, perfectly round and overcooked. Applesauce was clearly homemade and very good, as was the chicken liver. Broth for matzo ball soup was very odd. It looked and tasted like French onion soup broth (or at least beef broth), although the waiter assured me it was chicken broth with duck fat, hence the dark brown color (?). I’ve been here before and it’s been better. Probably won’t return.
The Mazel Tov is a great drink and I highly recommend the latkes!!!
Such an underrated place. So sad when they closed the merrifield location, so we found the other one!