Good, wholesome food at reasonable price. Waiter was happy to explain and recommend dishes and all food received was well-cooked and tasty. Desserts (mostly cake-based) were also good but the plum brandy was perhaps for the connaisseurs (72% alcohol!). Good place to try traditional jewish cuisine, but don't expect too much in terms of ambience. Still a very enjoyable meal. Please note that from the outside the place can appear closed (as it did the night we visited - very few lights on!) but do make the effort to go in and shout for attention if need be!
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