This delicatesn is a very good. All of their food is kosher, and they sell great food such as pigs in a blanket, hot dogs, potato pancakes, matzahball soup, and other various meats, soups, and sandwhiches. The workers are very nice but, in my opinion, their prices are a bit to high. I would not eat in at this deli but I would definitely order something from them. Their store isn't dirty or anything like that, but I prefer to eat my food from them at home. One of my favorite sandwiches are corn beef on rye bread and pastrami on rye bread. You get bread for free when you order meat. When you walk by this deli, you can see the chefs working hard preparing someone's meal, and you can smell the sweet, savory scent of their foods. It's almost as if you are actually eating what you smell. So basically, this deli has pretty good food and the workers are nice, but their prices are a little iffy.