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Mile End
Sandwich Shop$$
Today 10AM–4PM
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53 Bond St New York, NY 10012
53 Bond StreetUSNew YorkNew York10012
$$Sandwich Shop, Takeout Restaurant
Sandwich Shop
Takeout Restaurant
Jewish Restaurant
Today 10AM–4PM
Sunday 10AM–4PMMonday 8AM–4PMTuesday 8AM–10PMWednesday 8AM–10PMThursday 8AM–10PMFriday 8AM–10PMSaturday 10AM–10PM
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Small spot drawing big crowds for smoked meat sandwiches & other Montreal-style Jewish deli staples.- Google
"My husband highly enjoyed his smoked meat sandwich and side of poutine."
"The Appetizing platter was very light and surprisingly refreshing."
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Tony Montana
4 months ago
Being from Montreal and having lived in the Mile-End for over 15 years, when I found out about this place I absolutely had to come and try it out! I came here in February 2015, right during their poutine week, but only tried their smoked meat sandwich. I thought that their meat was too thick and not fat and greasy enough to represent what Montreal has to offer. Smoke meat is not a healthy meal and shouldn't become one. I actually preferred the pastrami sandwich at Katz's deli on Houston. If you ever come to Montreal, you ahould definitely try Schwartz, The Main deli, and especially Smoke Meat Pete's, and make your own mind up on who makes the best one. All I can say is that the smoke meat here at Mile End is good but not representative of what we get in Montreal. A lot of other things on their menu I wished I would have tried. Very clean and pretty restaurant.
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Natalia Blues
4 months ago
We liked the restaurant atmosphere, modern and with a nice, simple decoration. The waitress was very friendly and helped us choose the soup of the day and a couple of delicious sandwiches. Definitely a highly recommended place.
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steve wax
2 months ago
Noah's great, great restaurant hews close to the tradition of great Jewish cooking while creating fresh from the farm, innovative new dishes. Fabulous!
Joel Musman
4 months ago
Delicioso sanduiche de pastrami
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Rauf A.Hakim
2 months ago
Someone told me this was as good as Katz, it's good but not that good lol, but all and all I give this spot a solid 3-4 out of 5 because the food is good and it's no where as crowded as Katz is
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Nick Mainella
5 months ago
We were very excited to try Mile End. At 5:30 on a Wednesday there was only an older couple sitting for a meal, as we were stopping in for takeout at the end of a hard day on our way home to Long Island. We figured it wouldn't take to long. Boy were we wrong. Over 20 minutes for 2 braised brisket sandwiches. That would have been OK if we got good sandwiches but they were tuff and a mostly fat, luckily there wasn't much meat on the sandwiches anyway. That was a problem in itself, if your going to charge $14 for just the sandwich at least fill the sandwich. I could have gone to Katz at least there would have been plenty of meat. On a good note the pickles and fries were delicious. My friends and I are a pretty big group of foodies and will not be recommending this place to anyone. Very disappointed!
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Javier Kohen
a month ago
I loved Mile End in Brooklyn. I came here and got the burger, which that day came with poutine. It tasted OK, but afterwards I felt a bit sick until the next day. I might stick to the pastrami and reuben sandwiches next time.
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Elaine Chan
9 months ago
I got an email from Gothomist about the poutine specials and instantly needed my fix. DAMN YOU GOTHAMIST! The specials were actually quite expensive -$20 for each. In the end the 4 of us split a bill of $60+ and we left still wanting more food. We Got: - The Fat Jewish Poutine (fries, beef tongue, hot dog, salami, bacon, cheese curds, gravy)... for $20 you would have expected more. It was good but all I tasted was fries, gravy, cheese, bacon and hotdogs lol - 2 Smoked meat burger - pretty good ($15 each) Bottom-line: I wouldn't come back here, I'd much rather pay $8 at Pommes Frites and get my moneys worth of delicious poutine.
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