Psst... We're working on the next generation of Chowhound! View >
HOME > Chowhound > Greater Seattle >
Mar 23, 2012 10:03 AM

Gabila's knishes

I know that there are some restaurants and cafes serving knishes in Seattle but I am dreaming about the square knishes that you could buy from street vendors in NY. Gabila's has a site online but the shipping costs are pretty outrageous. Does anybody know where they can be found in Seattle????

  1. Click to Upload a photo (10 MB limit)
  1. You might be able to find them at uvilliage QFC they have a fairly good selection of kosher frozen products.

    I <3 N.Y. Deli in the market has a selection of kinish for sale... They may have one like the street vendor kinish...

    2 Replies
    1. re: Charles

      Thanks, Charles!! I just spoke with the "Kosher guy" at QFC and they carry them! I am in for a case!!

      1. re: Kaweenee

        I called Univ. Village QFC just to confirm,before I made trip there.Spoke w/ Steve in
        the Kosher Dept.The only knishes the have are "round,not square Coney Island".
        He said the brand is Oceanmist? and they are on aisle 14/frozen case,a 3 pack selling for
        $2.00---a closeout---? NO Gabillas! Ahhh.......the search continues!

    2. Check with Albertson's on Mercer Island. I think I saw them there in their freezer case a few months ago. They have a decent range of kosher foods, including bakery products and fresh meat.

      2 Replies
      1. re: Cheesehugger

        Have been to the Albertson's on Mercer Island numerous times,nice little Kosher Deli,but---
        NO Gabilla's SQUARE,Coney Island potato knishes......just pkgs. of 3 small,round ones.....mushroom,kasha,etc.....haven't been in about 3 months so maybe now the have
        the "Real Deal"??

        Thanks for updated info,I'll give them a call.

        1. re: grangie angie

          Just called them-spoke w/ Tamara in Kosher Deli Dept-----NO Gabilla's knishes---
          "haven't had them for a few years" !

          Ahhh,the search continues!

        1. re: Charles

          Yes....thank you.I've been to their website many times,still debating whether to order that many
          and then pay for pricey shipping??and take up so much freezer space w/ knishes?

          Still searching for some to be found locally,Seattle,Eastside,etc....