This place is the same and that is great. Excellent food with a huge menu. This time I had challah French toast and it was excellent.
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We have been here many over decades - the decor has not been refreshed but they still serve good deli food. The sandwiches are still "old school" overstuffed - the soup is good with generous ingredients. Very good matzah ball soup. There is a validated...More
On Tuesday Aug 8, 2017 I left the south bay to go to breakfast near Hollywood I was told that canters was the place to go so after traveling almost an hour I got there at about 8:45 AM and the restaurant was closed.
A late night Thanksgiving dinner can't get better than the one Canter's Deli serves. There's plenty of turkey and dressing, not too salty either. The liver and onions is also a superb old style deli presentation.
In my opinion the place doesn't live up to the hype. Sandwich was good but I've definitely had better, but the milkshake was great and there are far worse options at 330 am. I will be back, but not every night,
No LA city tour is complete without a visit to Canter's Deli. This place is the archetype of a Jewish Deli: pickles, sandwiches that are taller than your arm, bagels, borscht, matzo ball soup...all of it. Service is fast and friendly. The food is delicious...I...More
This place is an institution. Been around since 1931! Classic Jewish deli. I had the pastrami on rye. Awesome! Something I don't get often... Was not crowded even during lunch hour. They have parking (free for the first hour and a half). Limited parking. Good...More
We went there after a visit to LACMA. Everything was iconic: the matzo ball soup, the meatloaf, the service. Chicken tenders were surprisingly good. Photos of President Obama visiting Canter's made our day. We also picked up some desserts to go in the deli part....More