The Best New York Sandwich Outside America

TriBeCa Deli, a New York Deli experience in London, walks the MOB through their Reuben Steak Sandwich.
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Louis founder of TriBeCa

Louis Jacobsen founded TriBeCa Deli after spending a lot of time in the states and falling in love with New York’s delis. He wanted to bring his favourite New York sandwiches and a taste of the delis back to London. TriBeCa Deli was created.

TriBeCa Deli brings out the best of the infamous New York sandwiches. From an authentic Philly cheesesteak to salt beef on rye, TriBeCa Deli is your chance to try some of the most sublime American sandwiches. In this episode of Street MOB, Louis prepares his most popular dish: the New York Reuben Steak Sandwich. For this, he uses home-cured salt beef, which he then slowly cooks overnight, before combining with Russian dressing and American cheese and then whacking it all under the grill. Delicious.

For an authentic NYC experience head down to Kerb West India Quay on Tuesdays, Kings Cross Kerb on Fridays and Lower Marsh on Thursdays. Get your hands on these tasty sandwiches (and amazing salt beef!).

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The New York Reuben Steak Sandwich

''I fell in love with the New York Deli experience"

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