“Halės Smokehouse”

New York pastrami is a famous food symbol, the original version of which comes from Lithuania.

The pastrami sandwich with rye bread, mustard and pickles was created in 1888 in New York by Sussman Volk, a Lithuanian immigrant, in his delicatessen in Manhattan. Since then, it has spread all over the world and has won great gourmet acclaim. Rye bread and pickles – sound familiar?

Halės Market, opened in 1906, recreates the era, and BBQ masters smoke the meats only in oak to bring back the glory of this world-famous sandwich.

The hosts recommend a taste

Pastrami sandwich

Additional information

  • Gourmet produce available

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