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Lenny's Italian Deli
Posted by JPJaws on 05/06/2014
I've lived in Conshohocken for more than a decade and there is nothing in town that comes even remotely close to anything Lenny has to offer...and yes, there is an actual Lenny and he is a genuine Conshy treasure!
Posted by Steve on 07/22/2012
The Best hoagies in town! I love everthing at this place! The roast beef and roast pork are great also. Employees are very nice people. Very family oriented.
Posted by foodlova on 10/28/2010
i cant branch out either, although based on what everyone says, i should. the roast beef italiano hot sandwich is amazing. ask for horseradish on the side, and they'll give you a ton! amazing...and completely genuine old school deli feel. best.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/02/2009
Growing up in Plymouth Metting which is right around the corner from Conshohocken, Ive always resorted to Lenny's Deli when i was in the mood for quick delicious food. The wait was never long and I never had a problem with my food. I highly recommend their pork sandwiches since they are the best thing in Conshohocken. The food and great service keeps me coming back for more.
Posted by Tom Stanley on 03/27/2008
After living in Conshohocken for the last seven months, I decided it was time to an end to winter and start experiencing some hometown favorites. I've started with Lenny's, at Ninth and Fayette streets, based on a recommendation from a friend. This was a strong recommendation, a promise of delicious food in gargantuan portions thank goodness for that, because it took three visits before I could catch them during business hours. Right off the bat, Lenny's seems to employ a classic Conshohocken principle: close early. My first try was around 8:15 in the evening the second, around 7:30. Both failures. So I wised up and went back around 10:30 one morning, and caught them at work. The place was set up like it had been there for a long time, with a bar against the outer window and a handful of barstools occupied by local-looking folks and one woman who looked to be on an early lunch break from some nearby corporate center. I took a quick glance at the menu, already planning on a BBQ pork sandwich, based on my friend's recommendation. The fellow at the front counter raised an amused eyeborw as I told him my order, and directed me further back to the front of the kitchen. The next fellow took my order, and asked me if I wanted small or large. Large, I said. What the hell. Three short, Sportscenter-filled moments later, I had my sandwich, a colossal creation on a foot-long hoagie roll that must have weighed two pounds. I brought it to the counter, feeling no shame at my less-than-healthy [select]ion after all, the wrapping paper had only "$6.45" written on it and nothing else. Not even seven dollars for what I would soon find out would feed me until 8 pm not the most attractive-looking sandwich (BBQ pork the color of raw ground beef), but as delicious as I was told. They had no to-go menus, so my next visit will have to cinsist of a sitdown at a barstool and a good, long read over that menu on the wall. Believe you me, it won't be long before it happens. Just need to work up an appetite.
Posted by Best Pork around on 11/26/2007
I would love to branch out, but I can't stop getting the pork italiano. It's the best sandwich around. Lenny's is legendary.
Posted by DVFG on 09/19/2007
Lenny's is straight out of S. Philly. Great roll, great chicken italiano snadwich. Try it and you're hooked.