A notice by the Montreal Kosher (MK) kashrut agency yesterday stated that Cafe Dizengoff is no longer under their hashgacha. MK is the main kashrut agency of Montreal, so it seems that this restaurant is no longer kosher.
The owners of Mega Burger, a recently opened burger place in Montreal, don’t waste any time! Kosher-keeping Montreal is hungry, and Doudou Dahan and Amir Toledano are going to feed them! A sister to their new restaurant, Mega Burger, a new Kosher food truck with the same name, will debut this Sunday (October 13) at […]
Over this past weekend 2 kosher restaurants in Montreal were firebombed by makeshift molotov cocktails: Café Shalom on Friday, a private home on Saturday (a Jewish home in the Cote St. Luc suburb), and Chops Resto Bar early Sunday morning. Café Shalom and Chops are down the block from one another on Queen Mary Rd. 30 people […]
Montreal is a beautiful city, that feels as if you taken a trip to Europe as opposed to crossing the Canadian border. From the old town to the Latin Quarter there is a lot to see and do. Plus, due to the large Jewish suburban population there is plenty of nearby kosher food (i.e. not much in the city).
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As we know, eating meat is considered festive and therefore forbidden (without a siyum) during the 9 days. Thus, many meat restaurants have created special pareve (non meat or dairy) menus to stay open during the 9 Days. To learn more about why we don’t eat meat (or drink wine) during the Nine Days, click […]
Jews the world over are traveling around to friends, family, or to new locations this Passover. While it is typically impossible to find kosher restaurants or eateries open for Passover, here are a few that I’ve found that will be open this year on Chol Hamoed (intermediary days of Passover): New York | Miami | […]
Contributed by: Josh Margo | Last Date of Travel: May 2008 Kosher Info: One of the few cities that really goes above and beyond a great Jewish experience. As there is so much Kosher food available I will just highlight a few spots which are my favorites. Restaurants: If you are in the mood for […]