Discover Restaurants offering the best Deli food in Elmhurst, Illinois, United States. Elmhurst is a city mostly in DuPage County and overlapping into Cook County in the U.S. state of Illinois, and a western suburb of Chicago. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 44,121, which was estimated to have increased to 45,171 by July 2012.
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4 based on 18 reviews
Compared to other restaurants of this type and price range, Christopher's offers great food and service in clean, cheerful surroundings.I visited with my wife and daughter on Saturday at around 9:00 AM. The restaurant was three-quarters full. We were seated immediately. Water and coffee appeared very shortly after. Wait staff returned to take our order as soon as we had all looked up from the menus. We were served a piping hot breakfast approximately 15 minutes after we walked in the door. Staff was very attentive and helpful without being intrusive.Our orders includes Country-fried steak, eggs, hash browns, pancakes, and bacon. The hashbrowns were especially good; beautifully brown but not greasy. Our breakfasts were around $7.00 each. Portions were generous. Very well-prepared, good quality food for this price point.The restaurant itself was well-lit and cheerful. My overall impression was cleanliness and efficiency. When compared to other Saturday morning breakfast joints, Christopher's is well above average.
4 based on 16 reviews
Everyone was excited when this place opened. Management is non existent. When I have tried complaining about an issue or issues, I was directed to a young going man dressed in a white shirt or some other person, who also appeared to be in another world. I can't wait for their rival to open down the street.
This is a new deli that is family friendly. There is dining inside and out. The sandwiches are fixed to order and are delicious. The salads are also delicious. We love the Italian Beef and many of their specialty sandwiches. I love the fresh mozzarella, prosciutto, basil and balsalmic dressing which is house made. The bread is delicious and the price is great.
I generally read Yelp to get an idea of what to order. But, in the case of Jimmy Johns, I don't know what I was thinking. I already know what they have. I guess I was just interested to see what people thought of this location. The reviews are not good. So, I was expecting a bad experience, which fortunately, never came. The cashier was super friendly and the restaurant was clean. The Vito sandwich was good, but only because I requested hot peppers. Without them, it would have been pretty tasteless. Anyway, no one mentioned they have a small outdoor eating area, which was fairly nice, even though the music blasting. Good luck trying to eat indoors since there are only a few tables. I guess my only real complaint is that the restaurant is difficult to get to. You have to be going east on North Avenue or south on Route 83 otherwise you're hanging a u-turn, which I'm never sure is legal. I suppose I should really know this, but I just try to avoid backtracking . As of this writing there are ninety-three restaurants in Elmhurst. I plan on eating at, and reviewing, every one. For a complete list of Elmhurst restaurants see my list at 'eatingelmhurst.blogspot.com'
There are three Subways in town. The cashier lady at this location is super friendly. Well ... she remembers who I am. LOL, I consider that friendliness. The competition, across the street, is Jimmy Johns. This Subway has a couple of advantages over JJ's. One, parking at JJ's is difficult. In fact, this Subway has the best parking of all the Subway's in town. Second, they are right next to Ace Hardware. I spend a lot of time there, usually grumbling about the prices. Third, there's an Oberweis in the lot. I was toying with giving this place four stars, because of the staff, but ... it is Subway. As of this writing there are eighty-six restaurants in Elmhurst. I plan on eating at, and reviewing, every one. For a complete list of Elmhurst restaurants see my list at 'eatingelmhurst.blogspot.com'
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