Oak Park >Bread Basket Deli
This is the worst deli in the area. used to be good until the went under new management. the food is not authentic deli..and the 2 sister managers are soooo mean. Prices are high and food taste awful. Pass this one by...it is just no good anymore!
Worst Corn Beef Ever. The service is horrible there is this black female who works there and has dirty looking dreads locks has the worst attitude very hurtful to the eye to look at, the bread was extremly hard and the sandwich itself was cold and the beef was like eating a card board box very dry. Never again will I eat at another bread basket deli second time i got ripped out of my money first time was at the location in livonia I've learned my lesson!
Finger Food !!!!!!! Never Again !!!!!!. I took my daughter to eat there 10/13/10 , and we order'd grilled rubens,, i was watching the cook behind the line ,("we sat right accross from the serving window"). and he takes one of the rubens out of the microwave and sticks his finger in the sandwich to check the temp????? i guess they are not using fresh cornbeef anymore??? how gross to put your finger in a customer food... then as its being served to us; he's staring at us to see if we will eat it, or he was trying to get away with something .. so i asked the sandwich maker "what are you looking at!!! " he Immediately got defensive when relizing he had been caught!!!! a common reaction of an employee that just dont care about his job.. And so many would love to have is job, and still do it with pride !!!! come on Bread Basket Deli..lets not cut quality in your food or personal... fix it !!!!!
Vastly over rated!. Disgusting pastrami! 85% fat, very little meat! This place has NOTHING on Zingermans! The best part was their bread, and even it couldn't hold a candle to old faithful in Kerrytown!
Disappointed. I had a taste for the Corn Beef Sandwich, I use to get from the Bread Basket. I ordered the United. I asked for the Lean cut, but what I got was a lot of fat. I was so disapointed with the sandwich, I threw the rest of it away. This can not be the same family that use to run this restaurant. I believe this place is under new management.
A traditional Jewish deli where the smell of mustard fills the air..
The Bread Basket serves an array of kosher-style deli food, from lox to latkes, gefilte fish, cheese blintzes, borscht and chopped liver. The Forman's Follies is named after owner, a four-decker of corned beef, turkey and Swiss. Chicken and turkey are the real sliced article, not processed, and the Bread Basket also serves breakfast (omelets, French toast, corned beef hash and eggs, and lox platters) any time.
Worth the trip across the country. This is some of the BEST sandwich making ever! The Reuben with 1/2 turkey is to die for...literally as your heart clogs, but man is it worth it. And the garlic sauce is stinkingly superb. When ever we fly in from British Columbia we always make a date to enjoy the extreme sandwiches at The Bread Basket. The great thing is that it is not about the atmosphere, but rather, it is strictly about the food. It is yummy and filling and worth the trip everytime.
Absolutely the best deli!. From my first teething bagel in the early 60's to my adulthood favorite the 20 & 1/2, The Bread Basket Deli on Greenfield at 10 & 1/2 mile is the best deli this side of New York!!! You can absolutely bring a friend, share a sandwich and both leave full. Oh and the matza ball soup, the pickles (old & new) and don't get me started on the blintzes, Oh the blintzes are to die for I tell you. Go, go now, you look hungry.
very bad sandwich. I had a united meat on onion roll. The onione roll bread was dried out and crumbly. The pastrami was full of fat that was like rubber bands could not eat it. The corn beef was dried out. I will go to the bread basket basket deli in for now on because I never had a sandwich like that there. There sandwiches are the best.
The United Meat Sandwich is GREAT!. The Bread Basket Deli sandwiches cater to those with a large appetite. The united meat sandwich is a combination of corned beef and pastrami given in large quanity delicious and juicy sandwich. The corned beef is stacked higher than high on thick sliced jewish rye bread to satisfy and hunger, enjoyable.
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