Sherbrook Street Delicatessen is one of the new places that had opened on Sherbrook. They have been opened for quite some time now, but was only able to pay a visit there today. Open entering the delicatessen, you will see a large menu displayed on the wall to your right. One of the servers promptly greeted me and told me to to take a seat. You do not need to wait for a server to take you to your seat, so you could just simply sit down at a table upon arriving there.
Once seated the server provided me with menu to look over. The decor is lovely, and I especially love the photos that are displayed all along the wall. I decided to get the Earl Barish-Smoked Meat Sandwich ($9.75) that came with either mild or hot mustard. I opted for the hot mustard. You can make it into a platter for an additional $4, which includes kettle chips, coleslaw, and a pickle. I also ordered a pickle on the side for $1.35, which is two pickle halves. I also decided to try the chicken gribenes ($2.85), which are basically deep fried chicken skin, and is served with horseradish, I believe. They also have sweets, soups, salads, other appetizers and sides, and (bottomless) house-made sodas.
The smoked meat was super tender and delicious, though I wished they had added more hot mustard.
The chicken gribenes were crispy and lightly seasoned with salt. Taste-wise, I felt the gribenes were somewhat lacking in flavour, and would probably not order it again.
Overall, I would definitely return to try their other sandwiches and their house-made sodas.