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Nate 'n Al
Posted by Lynn on 05/12/2014
What a great time my family and I just had at Nate'n Al. Our food was delicious & big quantities too. We loved the pastrami sandwich and lox. Our server brought the food quickly and asked all the right questions to make sure our experience was super. Will definitely come back and recommend to friends. Be sure to save room for the ice cream sundae for dessert!
Posted by Ricky on 04/04/2009
I go to this place only when there are no other deli's around. Food is just average, but the rye bread is baked twice and pretty good. To represent that they are Kosher is a huge misnomer. Nothing kosher about this place. Maybe kosher-style, but to the observant - stay away.
Posted by Restaurant Reviewer on 08/11/2008
A real dissapointment, the majority of patrons are "wanna be" celebs or 3rd tier writers who wouldn't know a good sandwitch if they were in it. They go because they think its trendy and a cool place. Better food at the local vons deli counter.
Posted by Wast of T&M on 02/13/2008
4 of us were taken here late in the morning during the week. After a short wait we were seated. After a longer wait a waiter finally came and served us "coffee" so they called it. The second round of coffee eventually made it back around with some persuasion. I had the simple Ham and sharp cheddar cheese omlette. If they had left the "2" pieces of Ham out it would have just been scrambled eggs with a couple of strings of cheese on top, none in the center! The Hash browns look as if they had split a fingerling potato and made hash from one side. the side bagel was fair but i dont know for sure if they actually bake anything at this resturant.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/14/2007
Seriously, it's just a really good deli. Jerry's and Canters are open 24 hours, but their food is sub-par at best,. Nate N' Al's is great. The rye bread is unbelievable, the meats are high-quality, and the pickles and potato salad are good too. It's expensive, but so are the other delis on the westside. Sometimes the wait can be long, but if you go before or after the 1-2 pm lunch rush, it's pretty easy to get seated.