About Zobler's at The Ned
One of the more casual options available on The Ned’s fleet of ground-floor restaurants is Zobler’s, which bills itself as a traditional New York-style diner and deli.
The minimalist and cosy space features dark wood tables and chairs and walls splashed with white marble, while an open kitchen is flanked by a dining counter that is piled high with bagels and other freshly baked goods.
Zobler’s is open from breakfast until dinner, with guests able to order their food to-go from the counter or sitting in to tuck into some of the more substantial offerings. The breakfast menu features the likes of an avocado bagel, eggs any style and a stuffed breakfast burrito, all of which can be enjoyed alongside unlimited refills of American filter coffee. There are options for sweet-toothed diners too though, such as buttermilk pancakes drizzled with blueberry compote or Challah French toast that’s topped with slices of banana and whipped cream.
Later in the day, Zobler’s menu comprises of snacks and salads, followed by a selection of hefty burgers and sandwiches. You can start things off with classic Jewish fare such as matzo ball soup and chicken liver on toasted Challah bread, before moving on to a traditional Reuben sandwich or a buttermilk fried chicken burger. If you are feeling fancy, opt for the decadent lobster roll slathered with spicy mayonnaise and slices of pickled cucumber.
On the weekends, you can visit Zobler’s for brunch, with the option to make things boozy by adding bottomless Mimosas for two hours. The weekend menu does a good job of incorporating deli-style food with brunch classics – take Zobler’s version of a full English, which features fried eggs, pastrami ‘bacon’, beef franks, latkes, mushroom, tomato, cholent and challah toast. If you don’t fancy Mimosas, there are other cocktails such as Bloody Mary’s, but these aren’t included in the bottomless deal.