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Tip Top Meats Restaurant Review: The lines form early at lunchtime and dinnertime for huge sandwiches, hearty soups and generously garnished German specialties, many of them made from recipes handed down to the family that owns this delicatessen and market---and all of them are reasonably priced. You order and retrieve your meals at a counter and then head over to one of the small dining areas or the even smaller outdoor terrace. In addition to the usual deli suspects, you can get sandwiches stuffed with headcheese or tongue. Mashed potatoes cratered with gravy come with many dishes, including hot sandwiches made with roast beef or roast pork. The sausage plate has it all, with the choice of bratwurst, knackwurst or smoked Polish sausage served with German potato salad, red cabbage, sauerkraut, mustard and a dinner roll.