London – Kosher Restaurants 3

Continuing our series of finding kosher restaurants during Hanukkah and for all year, here are several more. All of these are legitimate kosher facilities, inspected by the Rabbinate.

  • Olive – This is a Jewish Persian restaurant. Jews have been in Persia (Iran) for thousands of years, since the time of Babylon.

    Address: Regents Park Road 224, N3 3HP London, (FINCHLEY)
    Phone: +44-(0)208-343-3188
    Fax: +44-(0)208-371-6582
    Website: Olive – London kosher restaurant
    Restaurant type: Meat
    Olive Kosher restaurant in London, Finchley – Barbeque, Shwarma, Grilled meats, Mediterranean and Persian dishes. Catering and Take-a-way is available.
    Sun-Thu: 11:00am-11:00pm,
    Fri: 11:00am – call for closing time,
    Shabbat (Sabbath): opens after dark at 8:00pm- till late

  • Ralphy’s – This restaurant is owned by a New Yorker, so you know that it will cater to American Jews’ views of food. It has the highest kosher designation and has gotten rave reviews.

    Address: Station Road 34, HA8 7AB London, (EDGEWARE)
    Phone: +44-020-8952-6036
    Fax: +44-020-8952-3606
    Website: Ralphy’s Grill – London kosher restaurant
    Restaurant type: Meat
    Hechsher certification from: London Beth Din
    Kashrut level: Glatt Kosher (highest level)
    Mashgiah: Tmidi
    Description: Ralphy’s New York Grill – London Kosher restaurant – traditional New York style Grill restaurant with great burgers, fries, steaks. Shabbat take-out and deliveries available.

  • Reuben’s – in central London. It can be a noisy place, but it has good food and good takeout. However, it’s not using typical European rye bread. Reviewers say that their salt beef (i.e.corned beef) was great and salads were good.

    You could feel that you’ve been transported back to the historic Jewish immigrant Lower East Side of Manhattan for this strictly Glatt Kosher restaurant serves a soup loaded with pearl barley and butter beans that’s a perfect antidote to a cold, damp day. Their individual portion version of a classic English dish, Beef Wellington, is interpreted as a rib-eye steak slathered with chopped liver, then encased in pastry and topped with mushroom sauce; it’s delectable. The fried chicken breast is stuffed with fresh mango and is also tasty.

    Unlike the Jewish delis in New York, this one has ambience – they even have linen tablecloths. The service is polite and friendly. You won’t feel rushed.
    Address: Baker Street 79, W1U 6RG London
    Transportation: Baker Street (Bakerloo, Jubilee), Baker Street (Circle, Hammersmith & City)
    Phone: +44-020 7486 0035
    Website: Reuben’s – London kosher restaurant
    Restaurant type: Meat
    Hechsher from: Sephardi Kashrut Authority
    Kashrut level: Glatt Kosher
    Mashgiah: Tmidi
    Attire: Casual
    Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
    Price Range: ££
    Good for Groups: Yes
    Good for Children: Yes
    Takes Reservations: No
    Take Away: Yes
    Waiter Service: Yes
    Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
    Outdoor Seating: Yes
    Alcohol: Beer & Wine Only

  • Watch for Part 4 tomorrow and make sure to remember to attend the Trafalgar Square Hanukkah celebrations tomorrow!

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