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Latkes/Sufganiyot in Great Neck?

abu applesauce Dec 21, 2011 06:08 AM

Any recommendations for either/both item(s)?

Thank you.

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    robocop Dec 21, 2011 06:39 AM

    Hi Abu,

    I happened to be on the North Shore yesterday and stopped for pizza at the new Village Pizza in Roslyn Heights (Pizza some of the best I've ever eaten). They had delicious homemade latkes and sumptuous fresh sufganiyot-all very reasonably priced.

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    1. re: robocop
      abu applesauce Dec 21, 2011 07:14 AM

      Thanks-I wasn't aware of this place--I'll check it out tonight on the way home. I found their website. They have sushi and melawach on the same menu. Of course they do.

      1. re: abu applesauce
        cheesecake17 Dec 21, 2011 08:38 AM

        but of course you already know that sushi is a must in ALL kosher restaurants!!

        1. re: cheesecake17
          abu applesauce Dec 21, 2011 08:45 AM

          I've seen numerous versions of "and sushi"; I've yet to see melawach on the same menu as sushi, although I am exceited that there's melwach so close to my house. I'm still waiting for chulent and sushi...

          1. re: abu applesauce
            cheesecake17 Dec 22, 2011 07:12 AM

            chulent and sushi... try mr broadway!

        2. re: abu applesauce
          robocop Dec 21, 2011 07:14 PM

          Abu, You make it to Village Pizza? How'd you find it?

          1. re: robocop
            abu applesauce Dec 22, 2011 06:42 AM

            Latkes and sufganiyot looked good. I put an order in for today, hosting party tonight. Will follow up with you tomorrow.

            1. re: abu applesauce
              shoelace Dec 22, 2011 06:38 PM

              can i ask what they charged for sufganiyot?

              1. re: shoelace
                abu applesauce Dec 23, 2011 08:03 AM

                Robocop described the sufganiyot well--sumptuous and fresh. My car still smells like a bakery this morning. They were delicious and a huge hit, kids and adults alike. The latkes were very good too. No leftovers, always a good sign.
                I spoke to the owners/managers for a few minutes-really nice guys.
                Sufganiyot were $2.00 and latkes were $1.00.
                And they have jachnun on Sundays!
                Jachnun and sushi...

                1. re: abu applesauce
                  shoelace Dec 23, 2011 12:54 PM

                  any clue if theyre open motzei shabbat?

                  1. re: shoelace
                    kings6 Dec 23, 2011 03:11 PM

                    Yes they are. I think around 7PM.

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        lenorel57 Dec 23, 2011 01:27 PM

        There is a bakery on New Hyde Park Rd. in New Hyde Park that makes sufganiyots. I saw it in Newsday. Unfortunately I don't remember the name. I think it may be kosher.

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