Israel Kosher Dining

Kosher (Mehadrin) Restaurants in Israel

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Sheyan Asian Restaurant in Jerusalem – All the Important Info

Sheyan is an Asian restaurant located in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Rechavia. It serves mainly Chinese cuisine, but it also offers sushi and a few other Japanese dishes. It is under the mehadrin supervision of Agudat Yisrael.

Entrance to Sheyan on Ramban St.

Entrance to Sheyan on Ramban St.

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Sosumi Sushi (Mehadrin): Large Variety of Sushi – See Menu

Sosumi is a mehadrin sushi restaurant in the Beit Yisrael neighborhood of Jerusalem. The restaurant is under the supervision of Rabbi Rubin.

Sosumi’s menu is extensive. They serve inviting appetizers including fish & chips, Salapeno peppers stuffed with salmon and sushi salad and many others as well.

Sosumi-menu

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Red Heifer Glatt Kosher Steakhouse – All the Important Details

The Red Heifer Steakhouse is located across the street from the King David hotel in downtown Jerusalem. The restaurant is glatt kosher under the strict supervision of Rav Ruben.

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Rodriguez Steakhouse – An Upscale Mehadrin Meat Restaurant

Rodriguez is an upscale steakhouse located in Har Hotzvim technological park in Jerusalem. The restaurant is under the strictly mehadrin supervision of Rav Machpud.

Appetizers include fresh liver pate, ties filet carpaccio and shwarma lamb.

Some of highlights of the main courses include rib eye steak 300 gr, lamb chops 300 gr and the Rodriguez Platter (2 lamb chops, rib eye steak, boneless chicken thigh and kebab 1,000 gr)

 

Rodriguez meat potato dish

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My Sushi – Sushi & Asian Food in Jerusalem – Review

My Sushi is a new restaurant in Givat Shaul that offers a large variety of sushi and Asian food and it under the excellent kosher mehadrin supervision of Rabbi Machpud.

My wife and I were on our way to a nearby restaurant to celebrate Rosh Chodesh. As we approached our destination, we noticed the sign of My Sushi, and since we’re really fond of sushi and Asian food, this peeked our interest. When we saw it was mehadrin, we decided to give it a go.

Entrance to My Sushi on Beit HaDfus St.

Entrance to My Sushi on Beit HaDfus St.

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Ricotta – Italian Restaurant in Har Hotzvim, Jerusalem (Mehadrin)

Ricotta is a wonderful kosher mehadrin Italian restaurant located in the hi-tech park of Har Hotzvim in Jerusalem. I hadn’t heard about the restaurant previously, but the discovery was worthwhile.

They have a menu which provides a wide variety of options for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Images with the various options from the menu appear below.

Ricotta's entrance

Ricotta’s entrance in Har Hotzvim

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Burgers Bar – Mehadrin Hamburgers in Jerusalem

Burgers Bar in Givat Shaul, Jerusalem is a fast food restaurant with decent hamburgers, very good service and pleasant indoor and outdoor seating. It is kosher mehadrin, supervised by the badatz of Rav Machpud.

Burgers Bar entrance on Beit HaDfus St.

Burgers Bar entrance on Beit HaDfus St.

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Tommy’s in Jerusalem – Kosher LeMehadrin Hamburgers

Tommy’s restaurant offers hamburgers, grilled meats and salads and it’s kosher mehadrin under Rabbi Machpud’s top-notch supervision. The service is not very good during peak hours, but the food is pretty good considering it’s a fast food restaurant.

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Entrance to Tommy’s on Keren Hakayemet St.

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BBQ Meat & Grill – Mehadrin Shawarma in Jerusalem’s Old City

BBQ Meat & Grill is a nice place to eat shawarma or other meat dishes if you plan to be in the Old City of Jerusalem. It is located right on the main route to the Kotel through the Jewish Quarter and it’s kosher mehadrin under the supervision of Rabbi Avraham Rubin.

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BBQ Meat & Grill’s Entrance on Hamekubalim St. in the Old City

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Hello Yemen – Mehadrin Shawarma at Entrance to Jerusalem

Hello Yemen is one of the best shawarma restaurants in Jerusalem and it is kosher mehadrin under Rav Machpud’s Yore Deah supervision.

Reviewing a shawarma restaurant is more challenging than a standard sit down restaurant. It’s unusual to find any ambiance at fast food restaurants and so it’s less experiential, but we all have those times where we’re either looking to pay less for a meal or don’t have time for a regular restaurant or sometimes we just crave some simple “ethnic” food.

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Shawarma plate with salad and french fries

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