Fare: New York Style Deli
Price: In expensive
One of the best New York style deli's in New Jersey
Serves up huge portions
Long waits to get in, during busy periods
Noise Level: Moderate
Dress: Very casual
Recommended For: Diners who enjoy excellent New York style deli sandwiches served in huge portions
Not Recommended For: Diners who prefer traditional tavern sandwiches with table service
Recommended dishes: When available, The corned beef, pastrami, and brisket of beef sandwiches
There is no way to adequately describe Harold's deli restaurant.
They serve up excellent quality, New York style deli food in such huge portions that you will not be able to finish it. If you have an average appetite, order a sandwich or meal and split it with someone else. If the waiter cautions you that there is a lot to eat, take his advice.
Don't be mislead by the prices on the menu. One meal will feed your entire family.
While you are waiting for your order to be served, visit this the pickle bar, but be careful not to overload because the meal will do that to you. The pickles are as fresh and loaded with flavor, as are the pickled tomatoes. The health salad is fresh, yet sweet and just tart enough from the vinegar to be wanting more.
The menu selections at Harold's Deli includes soups, double and triple decker sandwiches, cold platters, dairy and smoked fish, burgers, franks and knishes, heros, and an awesome selection and size of desserts.
The staff at Harold's Deli is friendly and the restaurant is clean.
Great place for families and groups looking for quality deli food at a reasonable price.
(updated: September, 2016)
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