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New Kosher Restaurant in the Five Towns

Jeterfan Jun 9, 2006 06:39 PM

I saw an ad in the Five Towns (New York) Jewish Times that a new Israeli restaurant is opening at the site of a former Kosher Pizza place (Central Kosher Pizza and Pizza Professor before that) on Central Avenue in Cedarhurst. It is scheduled to open this Sunday.

I was happy to see that they will be serving Yemenite soup as well as other Israeli specialties.

It is good to see a new Kosher restaurant open in the Five Towns. I heard that the Villages of Lawrence and Cedarhurst will only allow a new restaurant in their villages to only open if an existing restaurant closes (due to the present over capacity in their municipal sewage facility).

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    berel RE: Jeterfan Jun 12, 2006 08:30 AM

    you may also want to know that King David deli is now under new management (though the are not advertiing that info) expect to see some positive changes

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      whitewater RE: Jeterfan Jul 5, 2006 05:34 PM

      New Kosher place near the firehouse in Woodmere, as well.

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        shanirum RE: whitewater Jul 24, 2006 06:23 PM

        I've looked for the place near the Woodmere Fire Dept. Does anyone know if it ever opened and what is it name and address?

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        MartyB RE: Jeterfan Jul 10, 2006 04:40 PM

        I noticed that a new kosher grill place in Lawrence opened on Rockaway Tpke near the tracks. I drove by quickly, seemed to have spanish name.

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          berel RE: MartyB Jul 10, 2006 06:15 PM

          my wife say's it's Kosher Mexican. don't know the name of it yet

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            berel RE: berel Jul 12, 2006 01:02 PM

            Carlos and Gabby's Cantina is the name of the new Mexican Restaurant. Food was pretty good, had the 5 alarm chili (which was maybe 2 alarms but they have a wide variety of hot sauces to add in, chile came with a bowl of nachos) and the spicy chicken bits (fried pieces of white meat in a hot sauce). You place order at the counter and they call your # for pickup when ready (which wasn't long at all and they were busy while I was there). Food was good, prices are reasonable, seating is somewhat limited

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          shoelace RE: Jeterfan Jul 13, 2006 01:48 AM

          Can you send us the cross-streets of this place? Also, who is their hashgacha?

          1. berel RE: Jeterfan Jul 13, 2006 09:22 AM

            it's under the Five Towns Vaad. It's on Rockaway Tpk a block North of the LIRR tracks (don't know the cross-street name)

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