Canters is an old family owned Jewish deli/ restaurant and bakery in LA that opened in 1931. Walking in this place is a little dark, but that can be overlooked once you see the bakery. On the left are all the pastries, cookies, and cakes that looked damn good. To the right is the deli which makes a mean ass sandwich.
We had breakfast and lunch at the same time. Waffles, turkey bacon, coleslaw, a pastrami sandwich, and a Hollywood (triple decker with pastrami, turkey, cheese, and russian dressing). Everything was good, but the waffle was just ok. We also ordered a large amount of baked goods (black & white cookies). The menu is filled with a variety of options to keep you going since they are open 24/7.
A good experience overall, the only thing I didn’t like was the awful pickles. Canter’s has a friendly staff, and good service from start to finish (deli, bakery, and restaurant) . This place has ton of history and gives you a ton of meat on the sandwiches. The prices were reasonable for what you get, and even though I have had better in Nyc I will go back. They also get extra points for free parking.