Thought it would be nice to take my partner to a Kosher restaurant, (it is quite a long way from the centre). I asked for traditional fried Gefilte fish, they only did boiled, (& brought the commercially packed jar out to prove it!?!) Generally the prices were quite expensive, (granted Kosher meat is expensive), 14 Euros for Chicken Schnitzel, chips & green side salad. There was also a good range of Mediterranean & Arab style Sephardic food available. This is a meat / fleishic restaurant, thus do not expect any milk products on the menu. Worth a visit, if you've not tried Jewish cuisine.
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