What began as a small, neighborhood corner ice cream parlor has evolved into a full-fledged deli. Started by a couple of Brooklyn transplants looking ... More
Heidi's Brooklyn Deli
What began as a small, neighborhood corner ice cream parlor has evolved into a full-fledged deli. Started by a couple of Brooklyn transplants looking for the flavors of home, this deli comes with a heavy dose of New York flavor and a bit of New York attitude. Start with the Brooklyn Breakfast Sandwich, piled with cheese, eggs and a choice of meat. The deli also has 31 sandwiches, including meatloaf, and in true New York fashion sells Sabrett Hot Dogs. There are also an array of desserts, and a full selection of coffee and espresso drinks.
I would like to add my complaint to what I am sure is a long list of complaints about the rude attitude displayed by the cashier.
After getting my order, I asked to speak to the manager so I they would be aware of the problem -- it turns out the rude cashier WAS the manager.
No apology was offered, only additional back talk!
She fails to understand that customers have choices, and I certainly plan never to give her a chance to be rude to me again!
I loved Heidi's Brooklyn Deli at the Denver airport! The service was excellent, the food was delicious, and the price was reasonable. I was happy that there were tables and chairs there. I'm from Dayton, Ohio and was there while changing flights.
I enjoy going to this deli because their sandwiches are delicious. They are a little pricey compared to subway but the quality is outstanding. My favorite sandwhich is the Cajun Crab Cake. I understand that their egg salad is also good. The sides that are available are not my favorite. The Potao salad lacks flavor and the coleslaw is missing something. I am not fond of plain chips but the pickle is a good addition. There bread pudding is also tasty. They get your food done in a timely manner but sometimes there lines can be very long. I try to avoid them during peak hours.
I love a good sandwich, which starts with good bread. Heidi's has good bread and good ingredients. The transplanted new yorker sandwich is one of my favorites but I've tried quite a few. I find myself going there at least once a week and I am pleased every time.
If ever there was an east-coast deli that got transplanted, this is it. The sandwich selection is incredible.
Not much on the atmosphere, but then did you ever go to a deli for that? Nice enough; wood floors and an outside eating area (sidewalk) in nice weather.