New Kosher Restaurant in London, UK: Restaurant 1701


Last updated: May 29, 2013

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1701_RESTURANT_id2Adafina, a gourmet kosher food brand in the UK, has launched a Glatt Kosher restaurant inside the oldest synagogue in Britain: Bevis Marks Synagogue, which opened 312 years ago in 1701, thus aptly naming the eatery: Restaurant 1701.

The restaurants menus offer a gourmet take on traditional Jewish/Israeli food, including breakfast items such as  Shakshuka or Bagels n’ Lox; or their Lunch/Dinner menu including P’tcha, Chicken Soup (labeled as “Jewish Penicillin”), Gefilte Fish, Couscous, Flanken, Kreplach, Sachertorte, and more.

Check out their menus: Breakfast, Lunch/Dinner: Starters, Entrees, Desserts

From the images and menus on their website, expect small but beautiful dishes at expensive prices.

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Under the supervision of the Sephardi Kashrut Authority.

The Bevis Marks Restaurant, which previously was housed in the synagogue location has moved to a nearby larger location and is labeled on the map below.


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  • Pretty sweet, that part of London is so rich in Jewish history. You’re bringing back childhood memories for me. Menu looks like it’s rich in tradition — I hope this venture is successful.