After 5+ visits I've always had a good meal, which is surpising considering how big the menu is. The Matzo Ball Soup and Tuna Salad are crazy.
Now I know why Americans have so many huge people, but at this place, it is worth it to pig out. The food is excellent, IF you can get a 6 inch high sandwich into your mouth! I'm not being critical, I loved it... every pound of it... and I'd go again, and again... and again! Just as good as... More
Jerry's Deli (multiple locations throughout southern California), still subscribes to the New York deli model of packing on meat so high on sandwiches that it's virtually impossible to get into one's mouth. If you like that sort of indulgence, then check out their superb pastrami sandwich, then please, go jogging or get an angiogram later. But if you just want... More
The menu is huge with almost too many choices. We eat there a couple times and I had a few things which were all good ( onion rings very good ), they offer full portions ( huge ) and half portions ( still very large ), but the prices are steep ( but worth it ).
We had not been to Jerry's for awhile and decided to stop by after the Getty Museum. We thought the food was better than ever. We had pastrami sandwiches and layer cake for dessert. Very Yummy!!!! Thanks for a great lunch!
A very good Jewish Deli (not kosher) with an extensive menu. The "Brooklyn" egg cream isn't really as good as a NY egg cream but close. Ask for lean corned beef and you get it. And pickles and pickled tomatoes and great rye bread.
I go to three of the Jerry's Delis around Los Angeles and they are always good. I generally get either the turkey or pastrami sandwiches and once in awhile the vegie soup. However, for better sandwiches try Brent's Deli, Art's Deli or Canter's Deli.
Since I had a cold, my friend took me to Jerry's Famous Deli for some soup. We ordered the Matzo ball chicken soup and it was delicious. Our waiter was very friendly and delivered excellent service. I have not tried much on the menu, but it's so extensive in its selections that it makes me want to come back. Overall,... More
Both of our 12 dollar sandwiches consisted of a small portion of meat on dry bread. Not one single condiment, except for ketchup on the table. How they stay in business is beyond me. Terrible service on top of it all. The place did look nice though.
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