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The Dish: Classic Take on Overstuffed Pastrami

The Commack Kosher Deli serves up savory pastrami piled high on rye.

A staple in the community for more than three decades, the serves up all the traditional favorites in an old-school deli atmosphere.

That includes the warm, overstuffed pastrami sandwich.

The behemoth sandwich features a tower of savory, tender Kosher pastrami, accompanied solely by a smear of mustard on thin slices of rye. Of course, it wouldn't be a meal without the requisite side of pickle spears and a heap of cole slaw or potato salad, both of which strike the fine balance between creamy and crunchy.

Patrons who peer over the deli counter can also choose between specialty sandwiches and a vast selection of freshly prepared meals for a homemade dinner on the go. 

And skeptics, beware: these Kosher selections are the real deal, prepared daily according to strict Jewish law and under the supervision of Rabbi William Berman of the Commack Jewish Center.

The deli, which sits in the Mayfair Shopping Center, also serves as a Kosher food market and butcher, offering organic poultry and beef.

Which Commack Kosher Deli dish is your favorite?

Laurie S. November 17, 2011 at 07:44 PM
Pastrami and Friends is definitely the best in Commack. Pastrami is so lean and melts in your mouth,and turkeys pure as white snow ans juicy , add Russian and coleslaw( the best)on club twin rolls. The round K'nishes are the best ,creamy inside and toasty on the out. i highly recommend this kosher deli to anyone who wants great comfort food.
Mindy E November 18, 2011 at 02:07 PM
I agree Laurie...love Pastrami and Friends..just was there last night to bring home some delicious lean corned beef and side dishes.

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