Gottlieb's Restaurant

352 Roebling St.
Brooklyn, NY 11211
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  • Sun-Thu 12pm-10pm
  • $
  • Kosher, Takeout
  • No Alcohol
  • No Parking
  • Reservations Accepted, Reservations Not Necessary
The brisket sandwich with gravy really rocks at this classic Williamsburg kosher deli, which remains picturesquely unrenovated since the '60s. Go for the large size, and side it with the usually excellent (unless they've been reheated a couple of times) fries. The chicken cutlets that beckon from the window are also fab, and we can't remember tasting better Hungarian goulash, the potatoes and tender hunks of beef bathed in a mild, paprika-tinged sauce. Thursday the action really heats up with specials like chopped chicken liver and gefilte fish.

Related Stories (2)

  • At Hasidic Gottlieb's Restaurant, Start With the Challah, End With Noodle Kugel
    Thursday, October 23, 2014 at 9:18 a.m. by Kevin Kessler

    "This young man needs some pickles and bread!" one server called out to the other. It was just after dark and I was sitting at Gottlieb's Restaurant (352 Roebling Street, 718-384-6612). Hasidic men and women were ordering takeout fr...

  • Irish Stew
    Tuesday, December 3, 2002 at 3 a.m. by Robert Sietsema

    Gottlieb's interior is a museum of smudgy '50s-style Formica, green Naugahyde, and the kind of high counters that made you feel smaller as a kid. Like many of New York's greatest Jewish delis—Katz's, Jay and Lloyd's—the re...


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