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Glatt kosher restaurant in Forest Hills, Rego Park or Kew Gardens, NY

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Shayna Madel Mar 7, 2011 04:23 PM

Wasn't sure whether to post here or on the more general Kosher board, but picked here, since the location I need is rather limited. An Orthodox client from out of the country wants to take a colleague, my colleague's wife and me out to dinner this Thursday evening, somewhere in the local area. There will be 6 people altogether. I know there are restaurants on Queens Boulevard and on 108th Street, but have never eaten in any of them and don't know which are Glatt kosher and have decent food. I haven't been given any guidance as to type of food or price range, so I can't include that info here. Thanks for any suggestions.

  1. weinstein5 Mar 7, 2011 07:46 PM

    Definitely post this on the Kosher board - you will will get recommendations any where in the NYC area as well the US and world - other sources to check would be http://shamash.org/kosher/ a searchable site of kosher restaurants along with reviews but be warned some of the listings might be outdated or http://www.koshertopia.com/ another site dedicated to the NY area -

    1. janie Mar 7, 2011 07:46 PM

      Hapisgah is very popular with all the Israeli's and conservatives in the area---food used to be alot better there, it's gone downhill a bit from where it was...somewhere along the way, they changed their falafel--and it's not so green anymore--it's sort of pricey for what it is--but the falafel is still okay--their hummus is good, and their baby chicken kebab is good--steaks are ok--fried spicy eggplant salad very good--it's a comfortable atmosphere and menu is diverse enough to please all tastes--veg to meat eaters...

      Another place to consider would be Colbeh but I haven't been to the main street location in ages, and I'm not sure if they are still there because it's not listed as a location on the site for colbeh, but it is listed when you do a search--so maybe call them..anyway, Persian glatt kosher--there's one in little neck if you want to travel a bit.....

      I'm sure they would be happy at Hapisgah, it's a popular spot--

      http://www.colbeh.com/locations/
      http://www.hapisgah.com/

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      Hapisgah
      14725 Union Tpke, Queens, NY 11367

      Colbeh Restaurant
      6834 Main St, Queens, NY 11367

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