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Chicken And Kone

Kosher Restaurants

Chicken And Kone

Posted on February 23, 2018

FROM  YEAH, THAT’S KOSHER Officially live for Monday, February 19th, Chicken & Kone launches as the first kosher chicken in a cone offering the US. The website,, is now live taking orders for lunch and dinner, delivering to most of Midtown Manhattan (see delivery limits below) with a minimum of a $10 order. Pickups Continue Reading »

Segev Burger

Posted on January 18, 2018

This one is a Kosher Nexus Five Fork Award Winner! It is a bit difficult to find this restaurant, but it is worth the effort!  Located in Talpiot (Jerusalem), the restaurant is located in an alley directly across the street from Papagaio (located at Yad Charutzim St Number 5.  As you walk in the alley, Continue Reading »

Look, Up in the Sky: It’s a Bird. It’s a Plane. It’s Kosher Food at the Airport

Posted on July 6, 2017

FROM KOSHER TODAY  JUNE 26, 2017 Kosher Food at Many Airports Only a Matter of Time Despite Setback, Experts Say New York – When the kosher stand at the Ft. Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport (Terminal 3) abruptly closed several weeks ago, some kosher food experts expressed doubt about the future of kosher availability at airports. In Continue Reading »

Shabbat Dinner at the Dan Panorama Hotel Jerusalem

Posted on May 26, 2017

We admit to a bias when it comes to the Dan Panorama Hotel in Jerusalem. We also will tell you that that bias is well earned by the hotel. Recently, we had an amazing Friday night, sabbath meal at the hotel along with some friends. First of all, all of the food was fresh, attractively Continue Reading »

Kampai Street Wok (Jerusalem)

Posted on May 12, 2017

We have been to Kampai Street Wok more times than we can remember. The last few times we went (Dec, Jan, Feb), we were somewhat disappointed in the food. The portions had shrunk, and the taste was not as good as it had been. We were there on May 1, 2017, once again. We had Continue Reading »

Eight (Restaurant in Jerusalem)

Posted on April 26, 2017

Let us begin by saying we were very underwhelmed by the restaurant. Tables are cramped into a small space. Chairs do not have backs, so do not lean back! The service is quite slow, even when the place is not busy. We will say the regular burger is tasty. However, the bun and even the Continue Reading »

Kosher Roman-Style Pizzeria Opens in Brooklyn

Posted on March 13, 2017

FROM YEAH, THAT’S KOSHER Opening in the coming weeks, Calabria is a brand new kosher pizzeria offering pizzas typically served in Rome. Located across from Basil and Boeuf & Bun, Cambria adds a pseudo fast food element to the local high end kosher scene, serving pizza slices sold by weight, and a selection of Italian Continue Reading »

Gourmet Sandwich Reshet 8 Comes to Jerusalem

Posted on March 8, 2017

FROM YEAH, THAT’S KOSHER The gourmet sandwich chain led by the only Israeli Michelin star chef, Moshik Roth (מושיק רוט), has finally come to Yerushalayim. EIGHT or “8 רשת”, the chain serves everything on the menu for merely 8 shekels each. The reason everything cost 8 shekels is that according to the owner, every time Continue Reading »

Kosher Haggis (But Why Would You Want It?)

Posted on February 8, 2017

Haggis, the national dish of Scotland is neither nice to look at nor kosher, but in Glasgow, Scottish Jews can partake in a kosher version of this much-celebrated dish at Scotland’s only kosher deli, Mark’s Deli. Usually made with lamb organs that are not butchered according to kosher law, haggis is celebrated every January 25 Continue Reading »

New Kosher Schwarma Chain – Schwarmax – Coming to Israel

Posted on January 31, 2017

FROM YEAH, THAT’S KOSHER A new kosher shwarma chain Shwarmax is launching, in Tel Aviv and joining the already flooded market of Shwarma restaurants all across Israel. The idea behind the new chain is to reinvent the classic dish by putting a chef’s spin on the pita/laffa-filling meat. According to the owner, there are two Continue Reading »