Cindi's NY Deli Bakery & Restaurant
11111 N Central Expy Ste G, Dallas, TX 75243
Fax: (214) 739-1722
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Deli, Caterers
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Below Average
Pets Allowed: No
08/26/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I have been to a couple different locations of Cindi's and never had any problems with service, food size/quantity or quality. I can't speak as to whether it is anywhere compared to an actual NY deli--probably not--but not a lot of delis in Texas anyway and this beats eating McDonalds, it's casual, comfortable, friendly, consistent, and fairly cheap. One of the best tuna salad sandwiches that I have ever had, great chicken and even the burger was good. Fries were average but next time I want to try one of those deserts! Breakfast/brunch was great too but can get packed on the weekends if you don't get there early.
05/10/2010Provided by Citysearch -
One of my best memories is going to a New Yorl Deli. The sandwiches are huge ,fresh and super good . After finding this place . I saw the pictures and figure ,this is it . New York Style deli in Dallas. ALL RIGHT !! ALL WRONG. I went there yesterday for mother day . My wife wanted to visit there . I want to make clear ,I am not talking about service or the people there . The food only! I got the club sandwich double stack ,with fries . NO CHIPS ? This sandwich was so small. My wife started laughing. I mean ,it looked like something you serve a kindergardener. No pickle wedge ,two slices of pickle. I had to had the cheese ,yes that was extra . I tell you know lie ,it look like four pieces of something served at a dinner party before the meal . My wife got the reuben . It was small also so ,but she liked it . I didnt make a big fuss cause it was mother's day . They have some serious portion controls going in in there . If they hadnt used NY in there name ,you can kinda forgive them. But,when you been there and had what they serve you there ,it should be the same thing,not a Texas cocktail version of a NY deli sandwich . For two sandwiches,two sodas and a tip,35.00 dollars is a lot to pay ,more than you pay in New York and still have to go get food several hours later . I will not be tricked again ! My understand what has given it a rep is the breakfast food . The people who live close by and have it as a meeting place. All that is fine . But dont sell me that I am going to have a New York Style sandwich and could have gotten something much better it IHOP and a lot less . New Yorkers visiting ,beware are you will get your feeling hurt !
01/09/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I ordered a strawberry shortcake from the central location Cindi's NY Deli and Bakery for my sister's birthday. When we sat down to try it, we were all disappointed. The cake was crumbly and tasted old like it had been sitting in the cooler for a very long time (frost-bite taste). The almonds on the sides were stale and chewy. And the fruit topping was not fresh. I was really disappointed because I've heard such good things about this place. I contacted the owner, but still have not received a response. Unfortunately, I can't say I'll ever go back.
07/23/2008Provided by Citysearch -
The food here are so good and portion are so big i always have to get a togo box. The pasteries are fresh and each bite are incredible. My favorite dish at Cindis is the number 4 on the deli menu which include cornbeef, juicy pastrami top with swiss cheese and coleslaw. It is an amazing plate that anyone can enjoy. I would recommend this restaurant if you want a good lunch or dinner.
05/18/2008Provided by Citysearch -
This is the best restaurant in town, they have such a large varity of food. The bakery has fresh baked pasteries, makes your mouth water. My favorite is the patty melt & reuben. They also have daily lunch specials that are fit for a king, with large portions, believe me I walk out full. Everyone needs to try it!!!
04/28/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Went to Central location on a Saturday morning, was busy but not extreme. Being an authentic Jewish deli, I expected the bagels to be above other standards. For a plain toasted Everything bagel with a schmear of plain cream cheese, it was eh. The Everything Bagel had very little flavor which shocked me, and the toasting was a joke. For cream cheese, was handed one of those tiny processed disposable containers, which isnt enough for one side of a bagel. Breakfast plate with eggs, corned beef and tomatoes was okay.
Eggs were watery and side of tomatoes were two extremely thin sandwish slices. This seems to be a great place for older crowd that prefers soft non-flavor food.
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.
02/08/2005Provided by Citysearch -
Coming from a person who has eaten at New York's best deli's, this lil' ole place right here in Dallas is as good or better than anything in Manhattan. Portions are monstrous (It must be true that everything is BIG in Texas) and prices are unbelievably low.
Breakfasts are done especially well here. Pancakes are fluffy, thick and as big as a catcher's mitt. Omelettes come with home styled hashbrown. Come for dinner and sample the best catfish in the city off the dinner menu.
The owner is genuinely concerned about your happiness and you will always be greeted with a warm smile here. Come visit today!