Prices have certainly gone up since your last visit. I had to drop by the Mexican Consulate today, and so I grabbed a Langer's hot pastrami (made it a Reuben w/ sauerkraut, swiss cheese, and Russain dressing, grilled). It was $19.52. So two of those would be $39.04. If you dine in, you ought to tip at least $6, but probably could do $4 if you hit curbside pick up, so your minimum for two sandwiches would be $43.04; plus chips would add another $3 I'm guessing, so about $46 for two sandwiches and chips if you get it to go, or about $50 if you dine in.
It's pretty good shit, although trying their sauerkraut for the first time, they don't really know how to make sauerkraut sadly. Next time I'll stick to swiss and Russain. Pastrami was better than I recall on my last visit, appropriately fatty and not overly salty. The pastrami almost literally melted in my mouth.
However, these are the most expensive sandwiches in LA barring random luxury bullshit items. They make Gjusta sandwiches feel like a downright bargain!
I might try their cream cheese and tomato, it could actually almost work out haha. I am worried their chopped liver would be too funky for the pastrami to hold up to, but perhaps one day I'll go for it.
The vacuum-packed pickles are a weird touch for to-go orders; nice, but makes it kind of odd to open if you want to snack on a pickle on your drive hah.