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Leibman's - "food was delicious!!"

Last updated 1 year ago

Simply lovely! Great variety, pleasant atmosphere and the food was delicious!! Will come back again!
Sarah Silva

Leibman's Review - "Great fresh food and wine selection."

Last updated 1 year ago

Great fresh food and wine selection. I've purchased lots of the extras they sell as gifts and it was always a hit.
Maria Sobala

Leibman's Review | absolutely excellent, delicious!

Last updated 1 year ago

Whether it's casual eat-in or dine-out, the food and the quality are absolutely excellent, delicious! The tomato pie is over-the-top, as is the shepherd's pie (beef, not lamb), LOVE the ham salad (best in the city!), top notch Rueben, plus the sauces (Zesty Tomato, lovely blue cheese dressing, and honey/balsamic to name a few), are incredible as are their spreads. Good wine selection at reasonable prices, terrific gift items, an interesting selection of packaged food items, etc., etc. Add helpful and friendly service, what more could one want??!?

Leibman's Review | Great place for lunch

Last updated 1 year ago

Great place for lunch and the desserts are great. Also you can get plenty of meals to go in case you don't want to cook at home. (They also sell wine) Can't go wrong here.

Leibman's Deli Houston Review

Last updated 2 years ago

The best brownie* in Houston is only \$1.60 (not including tax).  Okay.  Not the best, but my mom no longer makes her Rocky Road Brownies anymore (you can't go wrong with chocolate, walnuts, marshmallows, and chocolate butter cream).  Since she no longer makes them, they're off the table.  Out of the race.  I now only have a wonderful, nostalgic series of childhood memories that contain Pecan Sandies, RR Brownies, and Sesame Shortbread. Brownie.  Just the right amount of chips.  Just the right amount of pecans (microscopic, if you're reading this Melissa M).  I was asked (by one of the owners, I believe), if I was going to eat it now or later.  I was candidly honest, and told her I'd be driving and eating.  Against *my* better judgement, she nuked it to get it to it's apparent optimum temperature, otherwise I was told to let it sit out for a while. Pillowy, gooey chocolate barely held together by its thin choco brownie crust and scant nuts and melty chips.  Pillowy, but dense.  It seemed like there was oil involved, but you know, didn't matter.  It was pretty awesome. Oh, they also sell wine and pre-made deli food.  Sandwiches and there's a chocolate candy counter with a section of sugar-free chocolates off to the side.  Everything looked fantastic.  There was a section with British-Indian canned curries and other British food.  Cookies.  Candies.  They even had a refrigerator/freezer full of meat pies and tamales.   I got lost a couple of times in a meandering maze of gifts that ranged from lotions and potions to jewelry trays to wine stoppers to Halloween decorations.  I almost got some pleasantly fragrant herbal tea (loose, but not bulk).  Then I hit the fancy kitchen gadgetware.  The "Zyliss" section, I like to call it.  And there it was, I'd found it.  The perfect-sized salt pig.  I think it's supposed to be personal use sized, but it's perfect for the exceptionally low sodium lover in me. Seriously, if you're on a brownie or deli circuit, you should make this one of your blue-starred stops.  Definitely one of the better food gift shops in town.  If you're concerned that you too will have to eat while driving, no, they have tables in front of the deli.  I just like to eat while driving.  Everything is fat-free, sugar free, and won't affect my recent health malaise when I eat while driving.  (That is a bald-faced lie, but it makes life more interesting - ever eaten a gelato while driving?) *There's a tangential conversation here, but I'm leaving that out.

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