I always thought I should check this place out. It looks very authentic (aka divey). I ordered a lean corned beef sandwich. What I got was fatty and chewy (in a bad way.) I should have ordered the pastrami. A stupid move.
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Terrific deli sandwiches. Just a few little tables. You won't need to eat again for many hours! Soups also are good.
After an afternoon at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, we were hungry and wanted to try a restaurant recommended on television featuring pastrami. Pastrami Queen on the upper East Side was within walking distance of the museum. More often than not recommendations on tv are...More
I have gone to pastrami queen at this long location and the prior one at. Lex and 85. And pastrami king in queens. They have gone downhill quickly. They still have very good pastrami but not only have prices been jacked up incredibly but the...More
Seriously you want me to overpay for second rate food from the nastiest proprietor in NYC. Perhaps if you did not know 2nd Ave Deli or Katz or perhaps 50 other places in NYC where you did not have to endure humiliating rude service it...More
I stopped at Pastrami Queen during a recent hike partly out of curiosity and partly because the reviews for this place are so favorable. I'm not an expert in pastrami by any means, but the meat here was delicious and the rye bread and mustard...More
For a deli hole-in-the-wall, I was in shock when the bill INCLUDED an 18% service charge! When I asked about the charge, the very rude manager pointed to the bottom of the menu that only indicated that there might be additional charges and fees. NOWHERE...More