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jessejames | Aug 19, 2013 09:46 AM

On Sunset by the Laugh Factory, this place has been around since 1926. After languishing on hold at Cantor's for a needed delivery order for an under the weather family member, I gave up and called Greenblatts up the street and boy are we glad I did. For about 100 bucks we got a mountain of food: delish chicken soup (two large containers, brimming with chicken and veggies and noodles), heaping piles of pastrami and kosher hard salami, bread, whole pickles, rugoluch cookies, potato pancakes and more. The jewish penicillin did its thing. The pastrami was awesome, really well done and juicy. Only "miss" would be the potato pancakes which were somewhat tough, maybe too much matzo meal. We also got these fried chicken cutlets which were well breaded, thick and juicy.

Easy to overlook this place with all the delis in town but I can see why it's been around for over 80 years. Not Langers, but a lot better than Cantors, and they were close and delivered on Saturday night.

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