We order 50% meat on the sandwiches. We always like this place. Good breakfast also
Tasty sandwiches but service wasn't greet and lines usually annoyingly long. Took us a really, really long time to get our food.
Good food but the portions are too huge. Decent service and a bright deli decor make this a nice spot for lunch.
Fast take out. Way too much meat on the sandwich. Good location for a simple bite if staying at mirage.
I've had better experiences. The pickles were the best part of this meal.
Giant oversized sandwiches. "Can I get you anything else?" Yes some horseradish and 3 more people. Great fast service. Fast turn around, just like New York.
Stopped for a quick breakfast before heading out to the Canyon early one day. Nothing special but not bad either.
We ordered a salad and turkey dinner and took it to go. It was very good. Very good considering we ordered at 4am.
Pricey but not if you share. Sandwiches are huge. Two egg sandwiches fed four people. $10 per breakfast sandwich. Good cheesecake. Get a small one and take it back to your room for a late night snack. They offer to-go service which is nice because the place is kind of small. They are open early in the morning which is also nice.
Soup=Great. Sandwiches......I just don't get it really. Service= slow. Cheesecake=Very good.
I tried this place because not a lot of places in Hawaii you can get a great pastrami sandwich. When I ordered the pastrami sandwich I asked the waitress lady if it is the same one advertised on the table and she said yes. On that note I was thinking I wasn't going to finish it all so I decided to share with my girlfriend and her friend. When my sandwich came out the size in the picture and the actual sandwich was not on the same size level. Plus I was charged a sharing fee only because I thought it was too big and it was a lot smaller then advertised. The pastrami sandwich was good but not the best I had but they sure give you a lot of fries which was nice. I would give it another try since that was only one thing I ate from the whole menu.
Good food, but priced the same as New York City deli's. Even tack on sharing charge if you split a sandwich. Around $25/sandwich plus anything else you add. Not worth the cost by a mile to try even once. This is Vegas, not 2nd Ave. NYC.
Well worth the price! Kerri from Cali was our waitress. Friendly and super fast service!
Food is better next door at TI's Canter Deli! This food isn't worth the money!
Huge portions, but very expensive!! A turkey sandwich was about 3/4 pound of turkey (no joke!!) between 2 pieces of bread- no dressing or veggies- for $15. It was fine, but I probably won't go back due to prices.
Had the burger here. Ok not BLT Burger quality. Better choices on the menu.
This is my second time here, and again just got a good 'ol hot pastrami on rye. We decided to share a plate this time since the sandwiches are so large. They charge $3.00 extra for sharing, which I guess is OK since it is still cheaper than buying another sandwich. That being said, the waitress did not charge me the sharing fee since my wife "hardly ate anything". Ended up taking a doggy bag back to the room, just like last time. Overall, they are just like the delis here back home. If you like deli food, this should serve you just fine.
After the show, we shared one of their cheesecakes with fresh strawberries because we had been seeing them every time we walked by the restaurant. It was quite good. Service was hasty and very diner-like.
This place is top notch. It is pricey....but u get what u pay for. The sandwiches here are so big and juicy u wanna slip a $1 bill between it and see if it will do tricks on a brass pole.
Huge, excessive sandwhiches. Which were just okay. Prices might seem high but you get a ton of food!
Cheesecake so good it should be illegal. Excellent deli. Always stop in at least once when I'm in Vegas.
I'm a penny pincher, even in Vegas, so when I saw the prices on the menu I balked. But I'm glad I stayed. The sandwiches were as big as my head! I'm a big guy and I barely managed to finish half of the Woody Allen. Brought the other half back to the hotel for a midnight snack AND breakfast the next day.
Great sandwich! At $23 it was well worth the charge for the amount of food served. We had leftovers for lunch and they were just as good the next day. Best value in Vegas if u ask me.
Great food. Huge portions. Great cheesecake
Great $20 turkey sandwich (hey it's Vegas). So big, too. A python couldn't bite down on it, had to eat it like a salad. Nice service.
Should have finished my meal before posting. Rarely saw my waitress and had to wait ten minutes to get my check.
Really good meat, huge sandwiches and a hair over priced.
Does what is says on the tin! Portions huge, just need to share, decent quality, very nice
Food was great but obviously too big! Our waitress was pretty bad, rude and not happy we split a sandwich.
Awesome food... Come with a major appetite though, or you will feel bad leaving so much on your plate.
Wonderful sandwiches and soups!!
Wonderful sandwiches and soups!!
You have to have the right expectation here. This is a transplanted new York deli, which means very good quality sandwiches, with a truly insane amount of meat. So share a sandwich, they're delicious.
Great deli. Recommend you bring at least two people. The portions are huge.
Ok. So this place's gimic is that every sandwich comes with a pound if meat. So just factor that in when you order. The cuts of meat are pretty good, and you just get a bonus of a meat platter on the side. A bit pricey, but what do you expect? It does look a little silly to see 24 slices of salami in between the bread, but that's their deal.
Can't believe people complain about the portion size! They are huge portions an good too. Woody Allen is fn good. It's not the real Carnegie but it's an acceptable remake. Good food and good service every time I've gone.
The food here is fantastic! But beware if you're ordering one of their specialty sandwiches (the $20 ones) they are HUGE! make sure you are either super hungry or splitting it with someone. Their fries are also good and the cheesecake is to die for! It gets pretty busy here so service isn't the fastest sometimes but they are very cordial and try their best.
Great burgers and fries here. It tends to get crowded even on weeknights so finding comfortable seating is usually a challenge. The portions are massive, so much so that you will feel guilty having to toss so much food away. I'd almost prefer they continue charging the same while easing on the sizes.
The food was fantastic, especially the mile high pastrami sandwich. While my family was waiting in line I needed to use the restroom, when I returned, the restaurant hostess had refused to seat my family because I wasn't in line. I thought that was pretty bad but once we were seated the wait staff treated us like royalty. I would eat there again.
I had one late night meal at the Carnegie Deli in the Mirage…which was crap, how do you screw up a grilled cheese and fries? Well start by bringing the wrong order to start with and then argue with me that I really ordered a burger, meanwhile ignore the people at the next table and trying to tell you the burger is theirs! Then bring the grilled cheese but make sure it’s cold and then wait 10 minutes later to bring the fries, but make sure they are also cold and taste like they have been sitting in oil that hasn’t been changed in weeks. There were 5 tables in the whole place so being busy wasn’t an excuse.
I love this place! I go here every visit and they have the best sandwiches and chopped liver in Vegas. This is a must visit. One of the best delis in the country.
Food was ok. Had the open face turkey sandwich. Portions are huge.
Better than NYC!!!
The sandwiches were as big as your head. Maybe even bigger, but we knew that going in. My husband got the combo Ruben and I got bologna. I grew up with New York cold cuts and you just can't get that flavor where I live now - it was heaven! Neither of us were able to conquer our meals but they were so good, we gave it the college try. We were not even interested in dinner until about 8 hours later.
I only have two issues with the place. Even though it is non-smoking, it is in the center of the Casino so if the folks play the slots are inhaling, you will too. The other is the $3 split plate charge. That seems a little much, but you can avoid the up-charge by getting takeout.
Portions so huge my heart sank .. Order one normal size sandwich to share and even then expect half a cattle herd to appear on your plate. Service ok.
After a long wait I found both the food and service avergage at best.
Had the roast beef sandwich. But only a shark could bite into it. Stacked! You definitely won't leave here hungry. Fast service too.
Very much enjoyed the prime rib sandwich. Large portions - thx!
The rueben is to die for
Fantastic food, enormous portions, too much food for one person. Oh wait, you can share. I live this deli.
Worst food ever! Menu is new York style and they do not offer foods that are common or even look good to eat. I don't recommend it.
Pricey, but excellent food and alot of it.
My boyfriend loved his late night snack at the deli. He got a pastrami on rye and the sandwich was completely loaded. Definitely a place to check out.
We enjoyed our meal at Carnegie Deli.
Everything is huge, and paying the $3 to share a plate is not a bad idea. We didn't manage to finish more than half of anything.
Comparing with an earlier visit, both my son and I agreed that the pastrami is much more delicious than the corned beef which we found dry.
The dessert portions are just as huge as everything else - again, sharing might be the order of the day.
Our server was attentive and cheerful and we felt we received good value for the money ... which would have been improved even further if we'd had the foresight to share instead of ordering individual plates.
If you like authentic deli sandwiches, this is as good as it gets. Quality ingredients and prepatation, and they're huge.
Carnegie Deli was great - TRY THE PASTRAMI...
Poor service and mediocre food. Bears little relationship to the original Carnegie Deli in Midtown Manhattan, which is too bad---good idea but poor execution.
Matzo ball soup was the worst I've ever had. A family of New Yorkers at the next table agreed. It tasted more like grits than a matzo ball. I mentioned that it was awful to the hostess on the way out. She smiled and said "I know".
The waiter was reasonably attentitive but was clearly unfamiliar with the menu.
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