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Kosher Restaurant in Los Angeles

Posted last August 13, 2015, 5:29 pm in Food report article

A kosher restaurant is an establishment that serves food that complies with Jewish dietary laws (kashrut). These businesses, which also include diners, cafés, pizzerias, fast food, and cafeterias, and are frequently in listings together with kosher bakeries, butchers, caterers, and other similar places, differ from kosher style establishments in that they operate under rabbinical supervision, which requires that the laws of kashrut, as well as certain other Jewish laws, must be observed. Such locations must be closed during Shabbat and Jewish holidays if under Jewish ownership.



Jeff's Gourmet Kosher Sausage
Pico Kosher Deli
Pat's Restaurant
Metro Glatt Kosher Restaurant
Nathan's Kosherland
Shilohs Steak House
Cohen Restaurant
Elite Cuisine
Nagila Meating Place
Nagila Pizza
Chayo Eatery
Bodhi Kosher Thai | Order Food Online | Clorder
Kolah Farangi
Pacific Kosher Pizza
Meshuga 4 Sushi
Shanghai Diamond Garden
Bibi's Bakery and Cafe
Afshan Restaurant
La Gondola Restaurant
Fish Grill
Orange Delite & Grill
Ta-eem Grill
Ditmas Kitchen & Cocktail
Emuna Glatt Kosher Catering
Beverly Hills Thai
Charlie's Kosher Delicatessen
Napoli kosher pizza
The Milky Way
Chick 'n Chow
Falafel Bar
Bocca Steakhouse
GotKosher? Cafe & Catering
Trattoria Natalie
Kabab Mahaleh
Los Angeles Kosher Restaurants
Pizza Mayven
Brami’s Kosher Pizza
Toast Cafe
F & Y Kosher Meats Co
Le Sushi
Got Kosher Catering
Fish Grill
Pizza Station
Beverly Elite Cafe
Elat Burger
La Pizza Kosher
Meshuga 4 Sushi
Sinai Kosher Market
T. K. P. Provisions
LA Burger Bar
Got Kosher? Restaurant and Cafe
Cafe of Paris
La Brea Bagel Co
Santa Monica Glatt Kosher Market



In most cases, the location is limited to serving exclusively either dairy or meat foods. But some types of establishments, such as delicatessens, frequently serve both, kept in separate areas.Kosher restaurants exist in many cities that have Jewish communities. In cities with large Jewish populations, the choices in kosher dining available may be quite large. In the United States, New York City has the highest number of kosher restaurants, and in Canada, Toronto has the most.