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hobie Oct 10, 2012 08:47 PM

Going to Jerusalem in a couple of weeks. Need suggestions for VERY KOSHER vegetarian or fish restaurants that should not be missed Thank you.

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    chazzer RE: hobie Oct 11, 2012 05:57 AM

    Try posting on the Kosher Board

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      cresyd RE: hobie Oct 14, 2012 01:45 AM

      Jerusalem only has two vegetarian (kosher) restaurants that I can think of that don't also serve meat. For the most part, dairy restaurants will serve fish. Sushi Ya, Sushis Rechavia and other Japanese/Asian/Sushi places will serve fish and also meat as well.

      In regards to what you mean by "very kosher" - is there a specific kind of rabbinical approval that you're looking for? I'm familiar with good kosher restaurants, but I don't know the degree of their certification. If you do know exactly what kind of certification you are looking for, then the Kosher board would be a better place to ask then the Middle East board. Cause as someone who lives here (but doesn't keep kosher), I only vaguely know the difference between the kashrut levels of different restaurants.

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        FoodDee RE: hobie Oct 14, 2012 08:07 AM

        this link seems to define the kosher level of Jerusalem restaurants. You could then ask about the specific ones that meet your needs.


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          sarahb123 RE: hobie Nov 3, 2012 11:59 AM

          Kind of a strange question given the city you're asking about. Jerusalem is absolutely full of kosher restaurants. Most cafes are dairy and kosher and serve fish.

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