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jerseykosher May 6, 2008 07:14 AM

Going to a convention for work in AC. What's the latest on Shari's and Jerusalem restaurants. Are there any others?

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  1. weinstein5 RE: jerseykosher May 6, 2008 10:06 AM

    according to http://shamash.org/kosher/ those appear to still be it -

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      Mendi RE: jerseykosher Jan 13, 2009 08:38 PM

      Jerusalem is under strict OK supervision in 2009 !!! Highly recommended !!!
      Sharis lost their star-k supervision so be careful and do your research. Dairy and meat products rumored to have been crossed at Sharis, reason for losing star-k

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        MartyB RE: Mendi Jan 14, 2009 04:22 AM

        According to a poster at greatrestaurantsmag.com (dated today)http://www.greatrestaurantsmag.com/KO... "Hashgacha is O-K with mashgiach tmidi. Food is excellent, friendly environement, fresh tasty food!" I am not into "symbols" but I think OK is one of the "reliable" ones. I am of course assuming the poster meant OK rather than "just ok".

        I went there twice, very expensive. Better bring something frozen and nuke it.

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          berel RE: MartyB Jan 14, 2009 05:34 AM

          speaking of frozen, we ordered two dinner meals apiece for four people (8 meals) from King David to be shipped to the timeshare we're staying at in Orlando next week. Probably as expensive as eating out but based on the restaurant reviews down there we figure at least the quality will be better.

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        RichardGee RE: jerseykosher Jan 14, 2009 04:51 AM

        Only two restaurants, both expensive, obviously both good food wise.
        Chabad - http://www.chabadac.com/templates/art... lists only Jerusalem under OK. A call to the Trocki Hebrew Academy which is right accross the street 609) 383-8484 should get you an answer.

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          jerseykosher RE: jerseykosher Jan 14, 2009 07:46 AM

          Well if it's true that the OK is supervising Jerusealem that is great. It's about time that they got a "recognized" supervision instead of a local person. They needed that for their out of town patrons.

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