I was impressed how cozy this place was. I was expecting just another strip mall counter place, but the decor and vibe is great. I just had an everything bagel and coffee, and both were excellent, and inexpensive.
There are a wide variety of bagel sandwiches and other creations, plus house-baked pastries. I'll go back for lunch and check them out.
Kudos for offering good coffee in three varieties (Colombian, world blend, and decaf) and providing add-ons for free at the coffee counter, rather than creating a bunch of milk and sugar-infused concoctions and charging three times as much!
This smaller outpost of the popular Perrotta’s Deli makes real deli sandwiches–hard to find in Orlando–and they make them fast. It’s easy to customize what you want, and they can do subs and wraps as well.
While bread and cheese selections are somewhat limited by the microscopic kitchen, the meats are true New York deli caliber. There’s a small inside dining area.
Definitely one of the best deli sandwiches in Central Florida.
Here’s a popular place for New York style food, from bagels to pizzas to sandwiches. I was there for an authentic deli sandwich, and I left satisfied.
My choice was hot pastrami on rye with swiss cheese. The tender pastrami was piled high, but not so ridiculously high that it was impossible to eat, like many in NYC are. I liked the addition of cucumber slices and onion to the yellow mustard and mayo.
It came with a giant dill pickle and some rather granular potato salad I didn’t care for; next time I’ll pick a different side item.
The place has only two tables, so arrive early or expect to get your sandwich to go.