great food, efficient wait staff, too expensive open late, completely overpriced all, outstanding pastrami sandwiches, decent meal, best diner
Changes at Jerry's. Stopped in for a late lunch today. Place was almost full. Last time I was here was in 2003. They have changed the decor somewhat and the menu has been changed too. I can tell that they have actually lowered some prices. I ordered the hamburger. It came with fries, a bunn and a patty, that's all. No fix ins or dressing or sauce,..nada. Price $11.95. This is one overpriced burger. My friend ordered the salmon omelette, this was a better deal and came with potatoes and a bagel. I don't know when I'll be back.
From borscht to burritos, this deli serves mighty portions to an eclectic, devoted crowd..
This after hours deli is a popular late-night nosh spot for locals and tourists alike. Cold cut-loving celebrities, such as Jerry Seinfeld and Larry Flynt, have been spotted digging into triple-decker sandwiches--pastrami, turkey, Reubens and Monte Cristos are house favorites. The menu features hundreds of other items, as well, and crosses multiple ethnicities. A broad selection of vegetarian-friendly salads and pastas are also available.
Big selection, BIGGER PRICES.
Two words, RIP OFF!!!!!
I can see spending that money on a decent meal but really, who are they kidding. Guess if people continue to go, they can get away with what the charge. So, best way to fix it, STOP GOING! That's what I did with hopes they may get the hint. Unfortunately though, I'm just one person. So, if you agree that Jerry's charges wayyyyy too much for what you get, then stop going like me.
For the price, go to a real deli.
For the record, I do think their matzah ball soup is tasty. But for what they charge for it. Oy vey!!!
Overpriced as usual. Im sorry I just have to say that ALL the Jerry's Del's are completely overpriced. The other problem is they have so many different foods they arent good at any. The matza ball soup is ok but NACHOS?? Yikes!!
what a rip off. I ordered from the Encino location from an old take out menu. I thought that 9.65 was on the pricey side for a pastrami sandwich. When I got there though, the price had gone up to 16.50. For a sandwich??? My roomate ordered a meatloaf sandwich and the price for both was 33.85 My roomates fries were overcooked while mine were greasy and undercooked. Both of us ate less than half of our meals. I will never order from there again!
Great Deli!. Jerry's is just a place that you always know is there and you always know will satisfy. It is a bit pricey but it is killer! The split pea soup and mazoball soup is incredible! The pastrami sandwiches are outstanding. The salads are huge and there is such a large variety. Tons of deserts! Bagels and locks...*sigh* HUGE breakfasts. I really like Jerry's. The Marina Del Rey location is the best one I have been to but I am very biased when it comes to the West-Side! The servers here have always been real nice. The one in West Hills tends to fill with people who think they are "someone" a little too much.
Open Late, good service but the food is too expensive!.
Jerry's Deli is very over priced considering the portions and food quality. In the evening, this location is very noisy which makes hearing your dinner guests difficult at best.
The wait staff is very friendly and efficient. The wait time for a table is always reasonable. My recommendation would be to lower prices in line with other area deli restaurants or bring the food quality up to their unreasonable prices.
Great food, open late. The food is awesome and the selection so wide the wait staff will get bored waiting for your order. Open 24 hours and the best diner for after-parties. Great selection of desserts and breakfast too. A little pricey for a diner, but well worth it. Portions are large enough to share.
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