Cashville. The only reminder of a true NY deli is the price. I really wanted to like this place, but I received a "loveless" meal--a pickle that tasted like nothing more than a cucumber, and a pile of roast beef with nothing else on the bread to make it interesting. The atmosphere is charming, however, and the service was efficient. Go early for lunch.
Uh, when everyone says "pay a little more," they don't quite capture the essence of paying $13 for a sandwich (large, but not as big as a sub), fries (average), a pickle (free at the table), and a Coke.
The food was good, service was attentive at the start of the lunch hour, but waned as the diner filled up.
For $13, you can get a really nice lunch at a lot of places. For a good sandwich, save your money.
go hungry!. Noshville is one of the best casual meals and good deals this city has to offer. Make sure you are hungry, because the salads and sandwiches are huge. Always fresh, always good!
save room for dessert!. Noshville is hands-down the best deli in town. Everything, from their chicken soup that soothes any stuffy nose, to their heart-poundingly tall merengue pies, is delicious. Complimentary homemade pickles on each table are a fun perk also. I've never been let down at Noshville... stop by for a nosh, but save room for dessert!
Excellent!!!. Noshville has brought back my childhood memories of growing up in New York. The food is delicious and it's the first place I have found that's on the mark for true 'New York Dellicatessen' taste! It's an experience no one will ever forget - especially the cheesecake!! WOW!
Soup saves the day!. I think the matzoh ball soup that I had at Noshville is about the best I've had anywhere!! Helped me get over my cold within a day! (Your experience may vary!)
Plan on leaving full. I love Noshville! The service is great, the food is excellent, and the price is right. If you don't eat much, one of Noshville's servings could feed you for days. They aren't stingy when it comes to giving the customer the most food for their dollar. The only thing to watch out for is the wait on the weekends, Noshville can get pretty busy. If you're in a hurry though, the bar generally has room.
A taste of Manhatten in Nashville. I've never been for breakfast, and I suspect it's because I can't think of not going there and eating a Reuben or matzah ball soup, potato latkes and finishing it all off with a slice of Carnegie Deli cheesecake, shipped in from NYC itself. I'm a Tennessean, but I love Manhatten, and Noshville gives me a taste of it without the added expense of a plane fare. While it may seem pricey to some native Nashvillians, it's NOT pricey by Manhatten standards. Give it a try. If you like deli food, you won't be disappointed.
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