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Looking for a place for lunch in Soho ... in the area of Houston and Broadway

TIA

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  1. Hoomoos Asli. Non-glatt. Very good.

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    1. re: Josh

      Hmm. Head to Circa next to Century 21 South of where you'll be OR order delivery from them and have 'em deliver a sandwich or salad to the Starbucks on Spring & Crosby and have it with a Starbucks beverage -- Yiddishe cup or what?!

      1. re: amy t.

        Interesting idea. Just curious, would Starbucks actually allow you to do something like that?

      2. re: Josh

        I walked past today. The sign says Kosher in "English" and Hebrew script, but there is no claim made as to their status
        in their take-away menu. I also didn't see anything posted near the entrance or on the wall back by the kitchen. It's also not listed in http://www.nachas.org/BethYehuda/kosh... or http://www.shamash.org/kosher. My guess is that they are not under anyone's supervision.

        1. re: Dovid

          I see that Hoomoos Asli (it's in Nolita on Kenmare near Mulberry)
          is listed under the supervision of Rabbi Leonard Bronstein. The source of this information is Kosher-NY: http://www.kosher-ny.com/listings/211... Rabbi Bronstein also certifies (not certain of the current status) the following in Manhattan: Pastrami Queen, Rectangles, Fine & Shapiro, Siegel's Deli and Chickpea. These are all open on Shabbos.

          1. re: Dovid

            Siegels is actually closed...and chickpea lost its hashgacha.

            1. re: LoveKosherEats

              Dovid,

              Don't know if you heard, but Rabbi Bronstein passed away in february...so a lot of those hashgachas have changed...