Cindi's NY Deli (Campbell)
7522 Campbell Road, #117, Dallas, TX 75248
Cindi’s New York Deli and Bakery, now with five locations, is a favorite among Dallasites looking for the authentic flavors of New York.
Our menu boasts an array of delicious selections, offering everything from pancakes to omelettes, knishes to cheese blintzes, and nova lox and eggs to migas. We also offer appetizing sandwiches, including New York Ruebens, Philadelphia cheese steaks, tuna melts, egg salad, and pastrami sandwiches. On top of that, we have a great selection of comfort foods including chicken and dumplings, Matzo ball soup, and hearty stews. Our bakery bakes fresh bagels, rye breads, Challahs, pastries, and custom cakes daily. Breakfast is served all day. We have weekly specials available weekdays. And, we also cater!
7522 Campbell Road, #117, Dallas, TX 75248Get Directions
HoursMon-Fri: 6:30 am-8:00 pm
Sat-Sun: 7:00 am-3:00 pm
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Dining InformationChildren's Menu
Take Out Meals
Payment DetailsAmerican Express
So how did a shy, dainty Vietnamese woman end up owning a New York Deli, Restaurant & Bakery?
Anh Vo, owner of Cindi’s, is asked that question all the time. Her answer is simply, “Only in America!” Fleeing Vietnam in the seventies, Anh and her husband Hong, along with a 19-day-old baby, endured a frightening journey to the States in a small boat. When they arrived, they were virtually penniless and at a huge disadvantage, not being able to speak the English language or blend into the American culture. They were heart-broken to start off with, having left behind their beloved family and friends, risking not seeing them ever again. After struggling with numerous jobs, they ended up buying a small restaurant. As Anh had never really learned to cook in Vietnam, her first lessons in the kitchen came from the cook who worked for her. Chicken-fried steak and other Southern cooked specialties were the beginnings of her culinary career. After a number of years of learning the restaurant business, Anh heard that the very popular and successful deli, “Cindy’s” on Central Expressway, had closed down. She leased the space, changed the spelling of the name to Cindi’s, added several items to the menu and found herself totally accepted by her clientele.
“I learn something every day,” she comments, “I get a lot of tips from my customers. Thank you America, for freedom and opportunity! Everyday I see what I have been able to accomplish, and I am grateful for that second chance. I try as much as I can to give back to the community, one which has been so supportive.”