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The quintessential deli road food experience. Never to be forgotten. In addition to a full service restaurant, bar, and lunch counter we also have award winning  bakery and deli take-out retail section.

Come join us at Katella Deli in Los Alamitos! Katella has a unique combination of a restaurant, a bar and an in house bakery. Basically, you could enjoy all meals of the day here! Best Deli in Town !!!

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Established  in 1965, started as selling rye bread and traditional  Jewish foods to  the to the Jewish community. Today, the 16,500 square foot Katella Deli is the quintessential deli road food experience for anyone. Never to be forgotten. We serve over 2000 happy patrons a day.

As a Jewish Deli, Katella serves corned beef, pastrami, fresh roasted turkey, brisket—all available on rye bread or challa. We have matzo ball soup, chicken noodle soup, and sweet and sour cabbage soup (Yes we have the Best Borscht Around Town).

In addition to a full service restaurant, bar, and lunch counter we also have award winning  bakery and deli take-out retail section.

We pride ourselves on our:

  • Good Food and Service
  • Nice Atmosphere and Delightful Experience
  • Very good selection to choose from and a wide variety of food to try. Extensive Menu


Your visit will not complete without stopping at our bakery counter to oogle all the incredibly decadent pastries, famous cookies,  and to also get a loaf of fresh rye bread .

“We’re the quintessential Jewish Deli,”  Allan Ratman, owner of Katella Deli  says. “I’m not an historian in Jewish delidom, but I suspect the seeds come from New York and the Jews than came here brought their Eastern European delicacies with them.”