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New Yorker Deli hours?

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Does anybody know the hours of the New Yorker Deli across from the Manulife Centre? Trying to figure out if they're open at dinner time so I could try them out before a movie this week. Can't find a website for them...

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  1. I'm sure they have a tel# you can call

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    1. re: 5andman

      Yes, they do -- but I was trying to find this out at 2:00 a.m. :-) Now that it's business hours I have the info (M-F 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m., Sat 8:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m., Sun 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.).

    2. Hi katsongs. Headed here this weekend for brunch. Any must trys/avoids? Thanks!

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      1. re: Yum2MyTum

        8-9 years ago they were decent... based on my memories I went for brunch a few months ago and it was terrible.

        Mind you it was packed, so a lot of people like it, but for myself it was so bad I would never return.

        Chicken noodle soup: was really nice 8-9 years ago. This time it was watered down Lipton soup for $5.00 a small bowl. Disgraceful.

        French fries were frozen.

        Potato pancakes/latkes were frozen and not good at all.

        The fries and latkes were perfectly cooked for frozen stuff and served piping hot, but I really didn't go to the place to be eating lousy processed food. Awful

        Corned beef hash wasn't a disaster, but it was nothing memorable.

        Service was fine and friendly.

        Such a disappointment going there with good memories of the food only to be so thoroughly disappointed.

        The soup disaster alone would have been enough for me to never return. Imagine remembering good homemade soup and getting a small watered down Lipton chicken noodle instead - and being charged $5.00 for it to add insult to injury.

        I'm still mad at them.

        1. re: herbs go karts

          thanks, herbs go karts. I ... will definitely not order the chicken noodle soup. Or the fries or latkes. Sorry that my post brought up these negative memories for you!

          1. re: Yum2MyTum

            So I got the egg white omlette with vegetables, which was serviceable (fluffy enough, not overly greasy). The fries were McCains, but crisp and not too oily. Large portions, enthusiastic and friendly service (our nice server made one mistake on the sides but immediately brought out the correct side and comped us for it). I wouldn't avoid the place if I was in the area and wanted a quick, generously portioned brunch.