TweetMy forking search for Lox means a Deli that serves a proper tasting Pastrami on Real Rye Bread, A traditional Potato Knish and of course Lox. Since the closing of Abe’s Deli in Scottsdale AZ I haven’t found anyone that actually serves real hand carved Lox. The word lox is a lose term and all that I found available anywhere so far has been Nova or Nova style salmon to be technical.
We stopped in at New York Bagels and Bialy’s in Scottsdale AZ. I ordered a Whitefish Plate with an Onion Bialy.
I received forking this.
Look close and notice all the bloodline and how DRY the fish is.
I never forking seen a bialy that looked like this.
I was expecting something like forking this.
When the waitress checks on us I do mention how dry the fish is.
The manager soon runs over and is very upset because her help accidentally gave me the forking fish ends you don’t serve people and runs me out some fresh fish.
The fresh fish is forking better and not dried out and fishy and condensed with salt.
My husband got a 1/2 corned beef, half pastrami on their house made rye bread.
The corned beef was a little weak tasting but OK and not bad. The Pastrami was almost the same in taste as the corned beef. I didn’t taste the rye bread but my husband said it was the fluffy kind that doesn’t really taste like rye. I’m certain some people prefer the sandwiches this forking way and they are perfection to them.
We took home some lox, cream cheese and 6 bagels.
So the next morning I ate this.
The fish was better quality than what I found at my previous stops and also cut much nicer too.
I liked the size of the bagel it wasn’t too big but it tasted like it was missing salt and lacked the chewy doughy texture that you look for in bagels. Maybe on some days it’s better than other days.
I didn’t try a knish on this stop but I do consider this partial success because the lox was good.
At this point I doubt I will be able to find Good Lox and a Good Pastrami on Rye in one location but I still will forking try.