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Baku’s only kosher restaurant. Serves a combination of Israeli and local cuisines.

HaCarmel

Glatt kosher restaurant in Amsterdam

Isola Bella

Isola Bella prides itself on creating an honest and fresh menu centered on authentic Thai cuisine, inspired Italian dishes and a few traditional treats influenced by the Middle East. Our atmosphere is at once inviting and spirited yet subtle enough to appreciate our flavorsome dishes which are sure to arouse your culinary senses. We regularly anticipate fully booked seating so therefore we recommend reserving your table in advance to avoid disappointment.

Diners looking for a unique kosher restaurant experience can find it at Isola Bella. Located in the heart of Golders Green, London (about 1.2 miles from Hampstead Heath), the restaurant and cafe serve a fusion of authentic Thai dishes with influences of Italian and Middle Eastern cuisines. Isola Bella has both breakfast and lunch menus available. In addition, guests can also choose from one of four set menus, which come with a starter, main course, and dessert. Tables often fill up, and Isola Bella recommends that patrons book a reservation to reserve a place in advance.

When thinking of kosher cuisine, Thai food wouldn’t normally come to mind. Not to mention, with a name like Isola Bella, diners would expect a purely Italian eatery. Perhaps that’s what makes this restaurant such a treat. Isola Bella serves a unique blend of kosher Thai-focused foods with influences of Italian and Middle Eastern cuisines. The variety of flavors excite the senses. Menu choices range from Caprese salads and pizzas, to shakshuka and smoked salmon, along with Thai egg rolls and pad thai. The restaurant also features an in-house bakery. Both locations serve kosher food under the supervision of the London Beth Din.

Olia

One of the basic ingredients in Mediterranean-Israeli cuisine is also one of the healthiest- olive oil! At Olia, the olive oil is treated like gold, with varying levels of quality and origins. They offer nine varieties of olive oil, as well as their descendants, all 100% natural, cold pressed, extra virgin and made purely from the finest Israeli olives. Don’t be overwhelmed though, as the team at Olia is very knowledgeable and ready to find something to suit your taste buds!

Ariel Restaurant

The name “Ariel” originates from the Old Testament and is one of four archangels. The name can also be pronounced “Uriel” meaning “the Light of God”. Ariel is a restaurant, cafe, and gallery located in the center of the Kazimierz Jewish Quarter. This area of town is full of life with 5 synagogues nearby and lots of history. Inside the restaurant, there’s a  dining room that seats 45 guests located on the first floor of the antique Jewish tenement-house from the 16th century. There is also a larger dining room for 80 guests on second-floor filled with hundreds of paintings and Klezmer Jewish music and seating areas in the basement and gallery room.

Hummus Bar

Amazing hummus restaurant with delicious meat sandwiches too!

Cafe Eskeles

Café Eskeles is named after Bernhard Freiherr von Eskeles who was born in Vienna in 1753. He grew up as the son of a rabbi and in 1773 he co-founded the band house: Arnstein and Eskeles. Later, Eskeles became one of the founders of the Austrian National Bank as well.  This restaurant has received high remarks from travelers around the world and has been published in several newspapers and magazines. 

Though the cafe is located in the Jewish Museum, it is open to anyone who wants a unique Israeli dining experience in the center of Vienna. There are a wide range of vegetarian and kosher options, including the best Israeli and Austrian kosher wines to choose from. Some of the dishes rotate but, while the house favorites tend to stay around, there are always amazing Mediterranean and Israeli specialties to try.

 

Bahur Tov

Bahur-Tov is one of the oldest kosher restaurants in Vienna serving a variety of regional, oriental, international, and Jewish dishes. Asher Davidov founded the restaurant, naming it “Bahur-Tov”, which means “good boy” in Hebrew. He received a lot of praise for this name as it brings back pleasant memories. Asher was strongly involved in the local Jewish community and opened the restaurant upon request by community members who wanted Jewish, Asian, and international kosher food. This restaurant has been a popular place ever since its opening. 

Both locals and travelers from around the world have given Bahur-Tov great reviews for their service, reasonable prices, location, and of course, fabulous food. The restaurant is located in the center of the Jewish district and is convenient for the thousands of visitors who explore the area. They also offer catering for all types of events and occasions, from seminars and meetings, to receptions and parties. Whether you’re in the mood for lamb skewers, a falafel sandwich, teriyaki salmon, Shanghai beef, or a hamburger, you’ll be sure to find something delicious from their multi-cultural menu.      

Carmel Restaurant

The history of Carmel Restaurant goes back almost 30 years. During this time, both the menu and style have changed and for ten years now, the restaurant operates as a Glatt kosher restaurant. This restaurant serves a variety of traditional Jewish and Hungarian cuisine from matzo ball soup and liver to beef goulash and a Hortobagyi-style pancake.

Locals and guests from around the world come to dine at Carmel Restaurant and enjoy the authentic food and inviting atmosphere. It is located in the heart of the Jewish quarter and a perfect place to stop by while exploring the historic area. Many travelers also come to the Carmel Restaurant for Shabbat where they can enjoy fresh Challah and a delicious warm meal. If you’re in the area and want amazing kosher food, this is a spot you don’t want to miss.

Florence Kahn Bakery and Delicatessen

Florence Kahn Bakery and Delicatessen is a Jewish-style bakery and pastry shop in the heart of the Marais. The stunning blue mosaic that covers the shop’s exterior is likely to grab your attention and pull you into the shop, even if you are just passing by. The mosaic was created by a master artisan in 1932 and is considered a historical monument of Paris. The same artisan also decorated several other shops in the Marais, so be sure to keep your eyes open when exploring the area. One in particular is the former horse butcher’s shop which you can find near Florence Kahn’s on the corner of Rue Vieille du Temple and Rue du Roi de Sicile.
If you go on a nice day, you will be able to enjoy your Yiddish pastry or homemade chicken soup in the fresh air at a table set out on the terrace.  But don’t be disappointed if you don’t come on a sunny day, because the inside is just as relaxing and gives off the fabulous aroma of fresh baked goods. Some of their most popular menu items include their corn beef sandwich, pastrami, apple strudel, yogurt cake, challah, and cheesecake, but you really can’t go wrong. If you love traditional Jewish food prepared fresh just the way your grandmother would make it, this shop is for you.
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