Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Saturday, September 24, 2011
When Sally had an orgasm at the Katz’s Delicatessen, every guest wanted what Sally was having. I too ordered a pastrami sandwich hoping to get lucky. =)
Surroundings - The endless food counter together with the rustic wooden tables and chairs, remind me of my old dormitory canteen. What differs Katz's from my old canteen is the walls of fame which consists of Katz’s famous customers. As you enter the deli, you will received a little blue ticket, this blue ticket will record what you ordered and it will be handed over to the cashier for payment upon exit. If you lose the blue ticket, be ready to pay a fine of $50.
Menu - The menu consists of the usual breakfast set (i.e. eggs, pancakes, sausages and bagels) and a wide variety of sandwiches. Ordered the iconic Pastrami on Rye (RM15.75) and you will not be disappointed.
Unlike most pastrami sandwiches, Katz's pastrami is tender and unreal delicious. This popular meat is made from beef, which is brined, party dried , seasoned with various herbs and spices, then smoked and steamed before being served. In New York, pastrami is typically sliced and served on rye bread, while in Los Angeles, it is served in French Roll.
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Monday, September 19, 2011
As soon as we sat down, people started arriving and the next thing you know, there was a queue going outside the shop at 930am. Despite the pleasant environment and 4 stars rating from Yelp, most of the dishes we ordered did not work that well with our Asian palate. The biscuits & gravy, chorizo and sausages were over seasoned and too salty. The only thing that I really enjoyed was the yummy doughnuts coated with sugar.
Home-made chorizo with egg, salsa verde, pickled jalapenos and toast
Easy cooked egg in a slice of Amy’s brioche and topped with Grafton chedder. Served with broiled tomatoes and ham
Sugar coated mini doughnuts
Verdict: NOT SMITTEN