print: The new york times: Dining & wine
When a Deli goes boutique
“Fat golden raisins cling to scarlet slices of what proves to be yieldingly tender pickled veal tongue, between rough-hewn wedges of inky-black pumpernickel ($12). It is the kind of sandwich that sparks flirtations with strangers.
Chicken salad ($10), on the other hand — studded with gribenes (chicken-skin cracklings), gently kissed with mayo, crunchy with barely brined cucumber, flaring with sunbursts of sweet pickled peppers, all on challah gilded with schmaltz — is something you want to keep to yourself.”
Source: The New York Times