Steve's Deli

★★★☆☆
  • 6646 Telegraph Rd

    Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301

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  • 248-932-0800

About Steve's Deli

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Daily, 9am - 8pm

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Sadly, I've given up going to Steve's Deli. The rude service is too much to bear. The prices are astronomical. If you want a good deli sandwhich, do a carry-out from the Star at 12 Mile and Telegraph or go to Deli Unique at Orchard Lake Road south of Maple. Save yourself some hassle.

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★☆☆☆☆

Sadly, I've given up going to Steve's Deli. The rude service is too much to bear. The prices are astronomical. If you want a good deli sandwhich, do a carry-out from the Star at 12 Mile and Telegraph or go to Deli Unique at Orchard Lake Road south of Maple. Save yourself some hassle.

Pros: Great New York - style deli sandwiches

Cons: Rude, inattentive service, astronomical prices.

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Links of sausages hang from the open kitchen's hooks, Dr. Brown's soda (or should i say "pop" as they do in Michigan) lines the refrigerated shelves and rows and rows of comfort food like roasted turkey, sauteed green beans, corned beef and sundry other items vie for attention in the wraparound display case. I've been to this place probably around 50 times and every weekend morning I've ever gone there's always a line. People don't seem to mind the cramped pleather booths and chairs and there's also convenient carryout. On a cold winter's day, try the chicken soup. For breakfast, you can't go wrong wtih the nova lox bagel appetizer for 2 (with a side order of scrambled eggs) and the "new" and dill pickles.

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★★★★☆

Links of sausages hang from the open kitchen's hooks, Dr. Brown's soda (or should i say "pop" as they do in Michigan) lines the refrigerated shelves and rows and rows of comfort food like roasted turkey, sauteed green beans, corned beef and sundry other items vie for attention in the wraparound display case. I've been to this place probably around 50 times and every weekend morning I've ever gone there's always a line. People don't seem to mind the cramped pleather booths and chairs and there's also convenient carryout. On a cold winter's day, try the chicken soup. For breakfast, you can't go wrong wtih the nova lox bagel appetizer for 2 (with a side order of scrambled eggs) and the "new" and dill pickles.

Pros: Bagel & lox breakfast, variety of items

Cons: Expensive & busy on weekends

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If you like deli food then this one is for you. If your not a fan I would highly reccomend staying away! There is barely any alternative options to classic deli food. Except some mediocore sliders and a few okay salads. Okay, so maybe the sliders are a bit more than mediocure (if you jazz them up with all the cheeses and sauces). The carry out option is probably the best thing about this deli, because of the separate area devoted to this purpose. The bagels are poor quality. The staff is not great and the seating will make you feel cramped. Overall this place is okay for a quick bite or a carry-out (if you enjoy quality lunch meat or low quality tuna/chicken/egg salad).

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★★★☆☆

If you like deli food then this one is for you. If your not a fan I would highly reccomend staying away! There is barely any alternative options to classic deli food. Except some mediocore sliders and a few okay salads. Okay, so maybe the sliders are a bit more than mediocure (if you jazz them up with all the cheeses and sauces). The carry out option is probably the best thing about this deli, because of the separate area devoted to this purpose. The bagels are poor quality. The staff is not great and the seating will make you feel cramped. Overall this place is okay for a quick bite or a carry-out (if you enjoy quality lunch meat or low quality tuna/chicken/egg salad).

Pros: carry out, good food for deli lovers, parking, outdoor seating

Cons: food for non-deli lovers, staff, atmosphere, seating

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This is a very busy resteraunt. I've gone here many times and been unable to even get a seat. The food is good, but I don't think it is worth the hassle. If you want a real deli, head down telegraph and take a right on twelve mile. On the left hand side is 5 Star Deli. They are no where as busy as Steve's, and they have much better food.

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★★★☆☆

This is a very busy resteraunt. I've gone here many times and been unable to even get a seat. The food is good, but I don't think it is worth the hassle. If you want a real deli, head down telegraph and take a right on twelve mile. On the left hand side is 5 Star Deli. They are no where as busy as Steve's, and they have much better food.

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They have very fresh deli meats and salads. I had a combo for under $10 and I was very satisfied. Lines can get quite long, but service is fast, so you don't wait too long.

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★★★★☆

They have very fresh deli meats and salads. I had a combo for under $10 and I was very satisfied. Lines can get quite long, but service is fast, so you don't wait too long.

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