Kutsher’s Tribeca opened in late 2011 as an homage to co-owner Zach Kutsher’s family-run Catskills resort. Intended to be a modern adaptation of tradition New York deli food, Kutsher’s appears unsteady at best. While I agree that the pastrami that the restaurant proclaims is the “best pastrami” in all of New York City is very good, there was little else to cheer on my recent lunch time visit.
This review is based on only one visit that consisted of three menu items, but I tasted enough to have a good sense of the place. Bottom line: If you want solid Jewish deli food, go to a solid Jewish deli like Katz’s or the Second Avenue Deli.Here’s a look at what I found: