Picklemans Gourmet Cafe in Saint Louis, Missouri with Reviews - YP.com

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By: sheldon.beck.14
Pumpernickles Delicatessen
Lots of positive changes since the new ownership. The name of the restaurant is now Pumpernickles Delicatessen. I have eaten here before and after the new ownership change, April 2012. The restaurant has gone through a renovation, new booths, new table tops and chairs. The bathrooms are brand new and very clean. The decor is very comfortable with a contemporary look and feel.Deals - I've been there on Sunday's and Monday's when the restaurant is pretty busy. Monday they offer a great deal: 1/2 off the price of a Non-Specialty sandwich with the purchase of a beverage. Pick Two offered anytime and another good deal. - I've had the chicken salad sandwich and it was very good. I usually get the "Pick Two", which is a 1/2 of sandwich and choice of soup or salad. I get 1/2 a chicken salad sandwich and the Mish Mosh Soup (basically a mix of most everything else in addition to the traditional chicken noodle soup) The soup is great. In addition to the chicken noodle soup, it has a matzo ball, kasha, and had pretty good chunks of pulled chicken. All for only $7.99 (add $1.00 for the Mish Mosh Soup).Other foods I've tried - The cheesecake is pretty darn good here.Corned Beef - Since the new ownership the portions have increased and even the slice of rye bread is a bit thicker. Corned beef sandwich is very good and enough meat to satisfy. Want more, then order the NY size. The basic sandwich is $8.50 and if you want all lean you can get it for a little more. The NY size sandwich is $13.50.Salami - I've had it and pretty good too.Smoked Fish - Bagels and Lox: I've had it and really good. They even have hand carved off the fish Nova lox for only an additional $1.00 when getting the platter; and the Nova lox platter is only $11.99. Comes with the normal sides of choice of bagel, capers, onion, cream cheese, and tomato.
By: macomo55
I looked up Booster's Cafe after reading about it in St Louis Magazine. As I entered the door I felt like I was back in 1985 in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire. Why? The owner/managers first opened an American style restaurant there where one could get a real hamburger and fries, pancakes and other food that reminded an American of home. I was elated to find them in St Louis after so many years and the food lived up to my expectations. Gone are the hamburgers and in their place is a breakfast that is out of this world as well as sandwiches, soups and other delights. The carrot-ginger soup was smooth and tangy, although I would have liked a stronger ginger taste, it was devine. I am going back today and taking some of my family because this is a place that deserves lots of business for what it meant to so many Americans abroad and the delightful food they have brought St. Louis! Check it out!
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By: Damon T.
Hunan Manor
My son & I went to this restaurant for lunch. Cause it was what he wanted before he was to leave for the Army Basic Training the following day. And I have to say, the food was great and the time for it to be served was fast. But the only problem was that the restaurant needs to update the website photo with the new current outside front. Cause we had a hard time trying to find the restaurant by looking at the picture on my phone. Plus it would be easier to find if it had a sign overhang above the door. Which would make it easier to see when your walking downtown. They also do offer a buffet style lunch around noon time. Plus this is the only Chinese Restaurant that I could find in the downtown area close to Bush Stadium.
By: seagrass
Monarch Private Event Space
I was a first time customer and very impressed. We had a large group and our waiter, Aaron, was marvelous. I had the oysters - and they were far superior than any I've ever had. Aaron suggested a great wine pairing that I instantly fell in love with. I was disappointed in the pear salad. I had hoped to try the fall salad that was described on their website, but it wasn't on the menu. The pear seemed out of season and tasteless but everything else was delicious. I came back for a second visit and this time I tried the Southern Bistro. This menu is very affordable. The gumbo and those boudin balls were very, very tasty. I am becoming a big fan and plan to go again soon.
By: prophetic1
Olivette Diner
The food is good but the service sucks. I order for my office often, and every time I call to place an order I'm placed on hold immediately, which is not a problem, but I'm holding for at LEAST 15 minutes. I ALWAYS have to hang up and call back which also sucks because they don't have call waiting so I'll get a busy signal quite often. SO I continue to call until someone answers again, and then they MAY take my order right away. It's crazy I have set in my mind, if we're getting diner I have to dedicate 30 minutes JUST TO PLACE THE ORDER! Once you go in and get the food its ok, but the order process EVEN IF ITS NOT BUSY is TERRIBLE!!! Good Food, Definitely need to work on the service
By: Paige O.
Hunan Chop Suey
This place has delicious EVERYTHING! My older sister is a picky eater, when it comes to Chinese food, and she said, "this is the best Chinese food I've ever had," when I bought her dinner. The food is very rich and flavorful. My youngest daughter, who doesn't really care for Chinese food, will actually eat stuff here, which says a lot. I brag about this place, all the time. The only thing that creeps me out is the hair that grows out of the guy's mole, who takes your orders. EEEEKKKKKKKKK!!! Creepy. Other than that, it's GREAT!! I am saving a star because I haven't had anything that has just BLOWN MY MIND, at this place. But it IS great, no doubt.
By: bobby_obmaces
Altai Mongolian Grill
I had my reservations about this place at first. But it is convenient when I don't feel like cooking and have a craving for stir fry. The reviewer that said that some of the meats were frozen were accurate. But, the final product all depends on how you season it and what sauces you use. They have little cards to give you decent combinations. The cook and staff were friendly and there's a flat screen to watch the game or the news. So I felt like I was at home. I would go back. I wouldn't go out of my way. But if you are close, give it a try.
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By: dfwdean
Eovaldi's Deli
I was craving a sandwich for breakfast: on the way to another Hill favorite of mine I took a wrong turn and ended up at the corner where this place is located. So I decided to try it.Glad I did: family run hole in the wall place, very friendly, large menu: I ordered the Salsicia plus Meatball sandwich, aka The Daddy: delicious. And huge.It was charming to get a glimpse of their family life: as I waited for my sandwich 'mom' dropped off some groceries for the kitchen then settled behind the counter to wait on customers.
By: Amber J.
The Christy
My husband and I had our wedding reception at The Christy on August 23, 2014. It was absolutely fabulous! We cannot say enough wonderful things about the staff, venue and food!! All of the pre-planning was so easy and smooth! The night of, the event manager was spot on keeping the show running smoothly! And, the bartenders kept up with our party crowd! The food was exceptional! All of our guests commented on how tasty it was! All food is made in-house and it shows!I would highly recommend The Christy for any event!!
By: X R.
Tripe City
I went in and the food was good. The customer service left much to be desired. I have yet to walk into a business establishment where the person who takes your food order seems irritated that you are there. The prices are a little higher than what I am accustom to paying, however look to support any new black owned business that is brought to my attention. Needless to say I will not be back nor recommend this establishment unless they become a drive thru restaurant or they have better face representing them.

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