The name says "NY Deli", but there are also some truly "TEXAN" items on the menu. A limited seating area, I prefer to eat there in the "off hours" where there's not a frantic pace going on to service the customers and politely clear the tables. For breakfast I'd highly recommend the Chili/Cheese omelet (the Chili is also great in it's own bowl - beware! it can be spicey at times). Lunch time offers lots of options and if you see a particular meat in the deli section, but not on the menu and the place isn't too busy then ask for the substitution; these folks are great in being flexible! Or, if the day of the week offers the Chicken Fried Steak then go for it!! Dinner has many options too, and don't forget... This is also a Bakery and Deli, so if you want some FRESH meat, cheeses, breads, sweet treats then stop on in and peruse the offerings -- I've yet to be disappointed in the 6 years I've been going there! (I was surprised to see no write-up, so here you go for a recommendation of one of the better, decently priced eateries in Dallas!) It's on Forest Ln between Marsh and Walnut Hill on the North side tucked between two fast food eateries; so don't blink or you might just miss the turn in.
Jason's Deli is what I refer to as a "standard". The food is always good and offers a wide variety. In the fast paced environment I work in I know I can call and order food to be delivered to my office when we are working on a project. The price is reasonable and the option of delivery is what I need.
Although the burgers here can be somewhat expensive they are worth every penny. I've been coming here for over 12 years now and customer service and the food is still very till this day. Nobody makes good burgers like crown and forget to try their seasond fries.