At Hasidic Gottlieb's Restaurant, Start With the Challah, End With Noodle Kugel | Village Voice:
"Gottlieb's has been in the same storefront since 1962, when it was opened by Zoltan Gottlieb, a Hungarian immigrant who came to this country after cooking in concentration camps in Germany. The menu has not changed much over the years, and the place specializes in Eastern European staples, like Hungarian goulash and stuffed cabbage, and pastrami and corned beef sandwiches. "We have microwaves now," says third generation owner, Menashe Gottlieb. "Although, we don't ever use them.""