Hanukkah is almost upon us, and what a wonderful time of year it is! Some people just treat themselves to their favorite Jewish dishes at the holidays, and we want them all to know that we serve most of them all year round. That’s right—have latkes any day of the week at Benjies. We’ve got them any time you want them.
What else does Benjies Deli have in the way of the traditional Jewish dishes? Well, we don’t want to brag, but your mother would be proud of our menu. Start with some noshing—who doesn’t love some noshing while catching up with friends or relatives? (more…)
Rosh Hashanah is just a few days away, and if you’re looking for a place to celebrate this holiday, Benjies Deli should be your destination. We have been serving traditional Jewish food in Santa Ana every single day since we opened our doors in 1967. We also cater traditional foods, too, and our Seder plates are always popular in the spring. If you’re having a celebration for Rosh Hashanah, let Benjies Deli cater with your favorite Jewish menu items while you take all the credit! (more…)
If you’ve been waiting for Chanukah to indulge in some latkes, now is the time. We do have them every day of the week at Benjies, but now is the time to really go for it and savor those delicious potato pancakes! Why not get some pastrami too, and sandwich it between two latkes? Hmmm, we might need to talk to the chef about putting that on the menu…
Come in tonight for our mouthwateringly tender brisket dinners, and our long-awaited roast chicken, which customers have been begging us to put on the normal menu. But we like to keep it for special occasions, like Chanukah and Yom Kippur. (more…)
The rain has arrived again, and nothing’s better for a rainy day than a bowl of warming, filling soup. And at Benjies Deli, all of our soup is made from scratch and made fresh daily! And best of all, every soup is served with our fresh rye bread and butter.
Now you might think that Benjies only makes matzo ball soup, but we don’t stop there. Our matzo ball soup is definitely a favorite with our regulars, don’t get us wrong, but we make 10 different kinds of soup for our customers. What can we say? We love soup!
So let’s start with the matzo ball soup—fluffy, delicious matzo balls swimming in our home-made chicken broth with chicken pieces and carrots. Not hearty enough for you? Try out Mish Mosh…It’s a Meal! soup, which has a matzo ball, kreplach, rice and noodles added to that hand-crafted chicken broth, chicken pieces and carrots. (more…)
Hanukkah is here, and it’s time to celebrate. Benjies Deli has been serving traditional Jewish food in Santa Ana every day since we opened in 1967. We also cater traditional foods, too, and can make party food and deli platters for your event. Why not let Benjies Deli do all the cooking while you take the credit?
We have a huge list of traditional favorites on the Benjies menu, but we’ve listed a few of them here to tempt your tastebuds. Looking for a little noshing? It’s all in our Appetizers & Noshes section of the menu. Under the category of fish, we have Nova lox, barbeque cod or whitefish served with sliced tomato, cream cheese, Greek olives and an onion bagel; creamed or pickled herring served with your choice of onions and sour cream or wine sauce and rye bread to sop up every drop; or go hardcore with gefilte fish served with julienne carrots, horseradish and Benjies’ soft rye bread. (more…)
Rosh Hashanah is only a month away, and if you’re looking for a place to celebrate this holiday, don’t forget that Benjies Deli has been serving traditional Jewish food in Santa Ana every day since we opened in 1967. We also cater traditional foods, too, and even prepare Seder plates in the spring, so if you’re having a celebration for a Jewish holiday, let Benjies Deli do all the cooking while you take the credit!
We have a huge list of traditional favorites on the Benjies menu, but we’ve listed a few of them here to tempt your tastebuds. We have four soups alone to choose from: our famous matzo ball; chicken soup with noodles, rice or kasha varnishkas; sweet and sour cabbage soup with chunks of beef; and finally our special “Mish Mosh, It’s a Meal!” soup, a bowl full of a matzoh ball, kreplach, rice, noodles, chicken and carrots all snug in our freshly made chicken stock. (more…)