616 Westheimer Rd, Houston, TX 77006
Parking: Lot, Free
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Deli, Kosher
Alcohol: Beer, Full Bar, Wine
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
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The place looks cool but the price is way out of line for what they provide you.they tell you how tall there meat is stacked but it is just wadded right in the middle of the bread, they put a nasty rotten slaw on it the sandwich 2/3rd's of the bread was empty I bought a Ruben with chips and a bottle of water! $25 ! It was not worth half that ! total tourist trap! Employees were very uninterested in the costomer! Omg
Cocktails are all 9$ each.
Waiter should not reach over your food to get your water glass or iced tea glass to refill it.
They charge $ .65 for extra salad dressing.
Seems that there are always new wait staff, high turnover?
Never know when the upstairs dining room will be closed. I don't like being seated next to the windows on Westheimer, feels like I'm eating on the sidewalk or that a car might careen into me. just saying -Food is fine and the service is acceptable.
Robert- We thank you for your feedback about your dining experiences with us. We will be sure to go over your review with our staff to ensure that our service and customer care are top notch. We look forward to serving you again real soon.
01/19/2012Provided by Citysearch -
Hadn't been here for a while. (Actually, years) and had forgotten what a nice atmosphere this place has. And a great variety of people come here. The Ruben's are great! The fried Pickles yummy, the Cheesecake shakes addictive... this is not health food is it? I love it though. The bar is better than I remember too.
08/06/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Katz's ads say ""we never close"". So on this Saturday morning around 5:00 AM, I decide to get bagels to go. I order 2 bagels with lox - $12.49 each, 1 plain - $2.99, 1 whole wheat - $2.99, 1 everything - $2.99. To go tip - $1.59. Tax - $2.68. Total - $36.07.
When I get home I find that all 5 bagels are STALE. Apparently, they did not make the bagels in the morning. Luckily, the purchase was made by credit card and I have recourse.
02/24/2011Provided by Citysearch -
The ambiance of the Deli is not dissimilar to that of a small New York Deli and over the year they have modernized. Years ago when you entred the meat counter was directly in the front of the deli so the carving was visible. Now it is obscured in the rear behind closed doors. The staff at the noon hour is quit busy but not so busy that they can't properly great you. We were rapidly seated and greated by our waitress Samantha. Bothe sandwiches were order and delivered fairly quickly with Kosher Dills and cole slaw. These accompliments were both very good. Now for the sandwiches: My guest had the cornedbeef/sourkraut on toasted rye and was impressed with the size (stacked high pyramid style) and enjoyed the taste as well) I had the tongue on rye displayed the same way, but, being a New Yorker and of a discerning heritage can be a little more critical. Although the rye was good it was hardly the right size cut to fit the meat.(It is an attempt to make the presentation look larger at less of a cost) The amount of tongue was more than adequate and would have been better with a slightly larger cut of rye. The tongue was properly cut (thin) and tasty but had to much salt in the preparation. This is not consistant with the last time I ate there. I was greated by a manage and expressed that comment and was left with a smile and an okay as he went about something else as if not to care. I left a good tip for the waitress as she showed proper attention to us as customers. I didn't discuss any of the items I mentioned to the manager.