New York Bagels

5 Reviews
Bakery fare, Café fare
Phone Number 0218204359 Opening Hours

Monday to Friday 7am to 4pm; Saturdays 8.30am to 2pm; Sundays closed

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Bakery fare, Café fare
Coffee, Quick meals
Mastercard, Visa
Accepts credit cards, Breakfast, Lunch

Store description

Early birds start the day here with an espresso and a fresh croissant or bagel piled with cream cheese. Or take a tray and stroll past the vast selection of tapas, salad, a variety of cured meats like the kosher pastrami, imported and local charcuterie and smoked salmon to create your own lunch or stock up for a picnic. They have one of the best selections of pickled and cured fish such as chopped herring, rollmops, Danish herring and gefilte fish (fish balls), all made on the premises. Those with a sweet tooth will delight in their traditional Jewish and other pastries, and the cheesecake is to die for. For crunchy preservative and trans fat-free melba toast – take home a bag of their wafer thin bagel chips.
Ethical shopper tip: The variety of fresh and smoked salmon products is sourced from Franschhoek.

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User reviews

5 Reviews
    My family and I enjoyed an amazing lunch at NY Bagel on Friday Monday afternoon. The hustle and bustle was at its peak, yet the service was impeccable. The two cashiers were extremely pleasant and friendly! The salmon, cream cheese, red onion etc. option was amazing! I cant wait to go back!
    My favourite breakfast spot has expanded from a counter-style bagel shop on Harrington Street to a bigger space that allows you to sit/wait indoors. I discovered this place on a rainy Saturday morning this winter and haven't looked back since. The bagels are to die for and the prices very affordable. I usually order the Hot Beef on Rye with slaw and pickles (but I replace the rye with a bagel), one of the most expensive options, and it only sets me back R50. It's run by the owners (husband and wife) and some dedicated staff members. I think the new space still has some kinks to work through though. Last time I went there was no music and customers just kind of stared at each other with hungry eyes, I missed the laid-back atmosphere of the street counter a bit. To be fair I've only been able to go on Saturday mornings, so the vibe might be different during the week. The decor is simple and stylish, not distracting from the delicious-looking cheesecakes on display which I'm excited to try and the service has been good so far. I just wish they were open on Sundays too!
    Unfortunately, the bagels are just bagel shaped rolls/bread. Nothing like the bagels from the original New York Bagels in Sea Point or USA. Also, the price does not warrant the trip to town.
    We came to this store based purely on the name - and wow! Amazeballs scrambled egg and bacon bagels, also loved the cream cheese. Great coffee and awesome service. Will be back!

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