Gottlieb's Restaurant

Diner, Deli / Bodega, Kosher
$ $
352 Roebling St (Division Ave)
Brooklyn, NY 11211
12:00pm - 10:00pm
12:00pm - 10:00pm
12:00pm - 10:00pm
12:00pm - 10:00pm
12:00pm - 10:00pm



  • The chulent is the thing to get, you'll see a bowl on every table.
  • The matzo ball soup is killer; for $4, you get a steaming bowl of savory, fatty chicken broth loaded carrots, celery, spices, a sprinkling of noodles and a hearty matzo ball or two.
  • Cholent is very good. But not enough meat.
  • Very good old fashioned Hungarian food.
  • You have to try the cucumber salad here, best I ever tried. Simply delicious and refreshing...
  • Their service is great. Get the corned beef over the pastrami. Then remember the pricing for Kosher products.
  • Brisket and pastrami sandwiches are tasty, but extremely pricey.
  • Authentic Glatt Kosher Jewish Delicatessen, some of the best pastrami you'll come by, and a darn good kugel!
  • Very good cholent. But very little meat in it.
  • The brisket sandwich with gravy really rocks at this classic Williamsburg kosher deli, which remains picturesquely unrenovated since the '60s.
  • They have the best kosher food
  • The only place I know that makes decent giblets.
  • The siegal sandwhich is not on the menu but is for vip regulars thursday night try it !

Nearby places

178 Broadway (at Driggs Ave)