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2005-05-09 14:09:35   The potato pancakes and chicken soup (with matzo balls, noodles, and/or kreplach) are excellent, and the atmosphere is spot-on NY deli. — LizLawley

2005-05-04 19:17:28   A pretty friendly lunch spot with an ample baked goods case. Give it a spin for lunch sometime. The entree names on the menu are most interesting. —RyanTucker

2005-06-23 10:51:49   The menu has lots of tasty sandwiches with goofy names relating to music and pop-culture - I'm partial to the "My Generation" (hot pastrami and coleslaw on a hard roll). Many of my coworkers like the Dolly Parton (chicken breast, cheese, lettuce and tomato with mayo on a hard roll). There are at least 2 veggie sandwich options named after Brother Wease. Lots of folks rave about Full Belly Deli, but I'll take Fox's any day. —ChrisYoung

2007-01-29 16:40:14   Excellent sandwiches. They come piled high, so make sure you do some stretches before eating. They're not cheap, but not unreasonable - Expect to pay around $6-$7 for a sandwich. I'm partial to the "Love Me Tender" (brisket, pastrami, cole slaw). —EastSideStephen

2007-02-27 15:01:04   Great soups too. Their chicken broth is so flavorful! I dig the mish mosh soup (chicken broth with a kreplach, a matzo ball, rice and noodles). They have a nice selection of dairy-free (pareve) desserts, perfect for vegans or folks who do not tolerate lactose. —EastSideStephen

2007-03-01 16:12:04   Fantastic for children. Kids love the mish mosh soup and potato latkas. The sandwiches are big enough to easily share with a little one. And the cow cookies always go over big. —SyStamper

2007-03-23 08:11:23   Best sandwiches in town! —KimBee

2007-03-24 12:06:14   I finally got a chance to go here, and I'll definitely be back! I started out with the mish mosh soup and was pleased to find that the matzoh ball was somewhere in the middle of the consistency scale (not too fluffy, not too cement-like). My sandwich was delicious, although I wish they had bulkie rolls instead of just rye bread. It was a good portion size for the price (about $6 for a "regular"-sized corned beef sandwich with chips). I also got kasha varnishkes on the side—they were ok, but I was disturbed to find mushrooms mixed in. I've never seen that before. The cookies and pastries in the case up front looked delicious and it took all of my will-power to not buy a bunch of cookies. They also sell cute products from —RachelBlumenthal

2007-03-24 12:30:36   Rachel, They do have rolls and other breads. You just have to ask for it. I went for lunch today too and had chicken salad on a soft roll. —KimBee

2007-11-21 09:49:08   I have stopped there for lunch twice and was never happy with my meal or the service. —BadFish