Cleveland has its own unique culinary symbols. This is where corned beef was first prepared, this original product is the winner of many gastronomic contests. A popular type of snack among locals is Polish Boy sandwiches. They are made with Polish sausage with a little cabbage and french fries added. One can try these signature sandwiches literally at any local cafe.
Some of the popular local dishes may seem quite unusual to foreign guests. An excellent example is spaghetti with beans customary prepared with a little fresh onion and grated cheese. The main component of the original dish is Cincinnati chili sauce, the recipe of which was invented in the early 20th century. Cinnamon and chocolate are added to the meat sauce, making the taste of the popular dish absolutely unique.
Today, dozens of restaurants of different directions operate in Cleveland. Slyman's Deli can be found on one of the central streets of the city. Here you can taste the most popular American dishes cooked according to classic recipes. Here they cook a variety of steaks and roast beefs, traditional French fries and vegetable salads, mashed soups popular in modern cuisine, and wonderful pastries. The restaurant occupies a prominent old red-brick building and has a very unusual design in the style of past years.