DFW Breakfast.com Dallas/Fort Worth restaurants

Popular Posts

Saturday, April 28, 2012


Cindi's New York Deli in Dallas is a Zagat rated restaurant, and recognized by the Dallas Observer as "Best in Dallas" for their Chicken and Dumplings, Bear Claw, and of course breakfast! They have been recognized specifically for breakfast by Zagat, Dallas Morning News, D Magazine, Dallas Observer, and several other publications. With five area locations in Dallas metroplex, Cindy's strives to be the local deli that offers it all. Cindy's huge menu offers a wide variety of breakfast favorites including kosher friendly ingredients and offering even a passover friendly menu!

After visiting Cindi's New York Deli in Carrollton a few times and reading other reviews on this restaurant, I agree that Cindi's is a good place to eat breakfast! The coffee, pancakes, biscuits and gravy, corned beef hash, and omelets are all very good! They offer a good selection of other breakfast favorites such as potato pancakes, cheese blintzes, lox, and my favorite Migas. The fresh pastries also look very good, but I have not had the opportunity to sample any of them yet.

View more videos at: http://nbcdfw.com.

The other good thing about this place is that they offer a good value with good portions and reasonable prices. Living up to the traditions of a New York, service is unfortunately what you might expect at a New York deli with friendly, but very lackadaisical service. This particular location in Carrollton is in a bit of an odd location, but manages to offer comfortable and relatively clean dining experience and is perfect for the nearby offices and airport.

Overall this location of Cindi's NY deli (and probably all locations) is a good place for breakfast! I am not an expert on New York delis, but I know a good breakfast! Deli or not this restaurant boils down to a just a good Texas cafe and just maybe strong competition for the upcoming Best Breakfast in Dallas 2012! Check out one of their locations near you and give it a try!

Cindi's on Urbanspoon

No comments:

Post a Comment