Took a trip to the relatively new yeshiva community of Waterbury, CT and ate at their NY-Style deli and thought I would post a report:
ambience was less to be desired - not a clean place, they use styrofoam and paper - located next to a building whose windows are smashed through and has graffiti on the side of the building saying "Blood" - the propietor wasn't particularly friendly to us. He didn't even look my husband directly when he asked if we wanted to order.
However the food was somewhat decent - husband got a grilled chicken club which was juicy. I had a hamburger & fries. The burger was served on a challah roll (what's up with that??). Nice sized burger. Fries were ok
Daughter's chicken matza ball soup was terrible - soup was generic and knaidel was tasteless
prices very low but this is, after all, the armpit of Connecticut.
Pretty much no atmosphere but it was fun to people watch all of the yeshivish folks walking in and everybody having to make special requests and changes to their orders
Bathroom was very gross.
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