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'''Lee's Deli''' is a ["arriving businesses" new] ["restaurants" restaurant] in Davis, featuring a ["sandwiches" sandwich] station, noodle soup station, salad bar, ["Chinese food"] bar, dim sum, ["sushi"], soup bar, and more. They also sell "cronots", a hybrid between a croissant and ["donuts" donut], similar to the (trademarked) "cronut" (but obviously ''entirely'' different). '''Lee's Deli''' is a ["arriving businesses" new] ["restaurants" restaurant] in Davis, featuring a ["sandwiches" sandwich] station, noodle soup station, salad bar, ["Chinese food"] bar, dim sum, ["sushi"], soup bar, pastries, bagels, and beverages. They also sell "cronots," a hybrid between a croissant and ["donuts" donut], similar to the (trademarked) "cronut" (but obviously ''entirely'' different).  A cronot is a laminated dough torus and is sold for $2.50; some of these have glazes or are rolled in granulated sugar.
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As of ["2013"], Lee's had 11 other locations in the Bay Area. How it works: walk in, grab a to-go box for your food if you want buffet choices, or approach the soup/sandwich area on the north wall of the restaurant. Pay for your food on the west wall, and sit at tables all on the south wall of the room.

For buffet choices (the cold stuff is the salad fixings and sushi, the hot stuff is the dim sum and Chinese entrees), you put whatever quantity of items in your box and take it to the register for weighing. You pay the same price-by-weight ($/lb) for both hot and cold, so it feels like a better $/calorie value for the hot stuff vs the lettuce. Similar hot/cold buffet-in-a-box options are available at the Food Coop and at Nugget.

Soup: request your noodle (ramen, udon, and a third), request your broth (such as miso, "udon," or "tonkatsu"), and you get the option of adding wontons. The soup comes in a plastic bowl with various toppings. On 8/29/13, my ramen had fish cake, pickled daikon, half a baby bok choy, half a hard-boiled egg, canned corn, wakame, fresh cilantro, noodles, and broth. For an up-charge, you can add a few more vegetables, chicken, or char siu to the soup. There is also soup on the hot buffet which is paid for by volume (akin to Safeway serve-yourself soup of the day).

Sandwich: choose your bread, choose your fillings. Some are pre-set, others have more flexibility. It seemed like you can choose whether your meat is heated before being added to the sandwich.

As of ["2013"], Lee's had 11 other locations, primarily in San Francisco (and one in Berkeley).
Location
737 Russell Boulevard
University Mall on the Anderson Road side
Hours
8 AM - 10 PM
Phone
(530) 750-0737
Website
[WWW]http://www.leesdeli.com/
[WWW]Facebook
Owner
Lee Quan
Established
August 27, 2013
Payment Methods
Type of payment

Lee's Deli is a new restaurant in Davis, featuring a sandwich station, noodle soup station, salad bar, Chinese food bar, dim sum, sushi, soup bar, pastries, bagels, and beverages. They also sell "cronots," a hybrid between a croissant and donut, similar to the (trademarked) "cronut" (but obviously entirely different). A cronot is a laminated dough torus and is sold for $2.50; some of these have glazes or are rolled in granulated sugar.

How it works: walk in, grab a to-go box for your food if you want buffet choices, or approach the soup/sandwich area on the north wall of the restaurant. Pay for your food on the west wall, and sit at tables all on the south wall of the room.

For buffet choices (the cold stuff is the salad fixings and sushi, the hot stuff is the dim sum and Chinese entrees), you put whatever quantity of items in your box and take it to the register for weighing. You pay the same price-by-weight ($/lb) for both hot and cold, so it feels like a better $/calorie value for the hot stuff vs the lettuce. Similar hot/cold buffet-in-a-box options are available at the Food Coop and at Nugget.

Soup: request your noodle (ramen, udon, and a third), request your broth (such as miso, "udon," or "tonkatsu"), and you get the option of adding wontons. The soup comes in a plastic bowl with various toppings. On 8/29/13, my ramen had fish cake, pickled daikon, half a baby bok choy, half a hard-boiled egg, canned corn, wakame, fresh cilantro, noodles, and broth. For an up-charge, you can add a few more vegetables, chicken, or char siu to the soup. There is also soup on the hot buffet which is paid for by volume (akin to Safeway serve-yourself soup of the day).

Sandwich: choose your bread, choose your fillings. Some are pre-set, others have more flexibility. It seemed like you can choose whether your meat is heated before being added to the sandwich.

As of 2013, Lee's had 11 other locations, primarily in San Francisco (and one in Berkeley).

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