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Kosher Hotel Opening in UK Next Month

The Bournemouth (UK) Chabad is in process of opening a kosher hotel in the southern English town next month. Bournemouth is located 2 hours southwest of London on England’s Southern coast. The hotel is located on East Cliff in the heart of the local Jewish community, the Water Garden Hotel will have 24 ensuite rooms […]

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London’s “1701” has Closed; Seeking New Location

Over the last two years, 1701 has been listed in the Great Britain & Ireland Michelin Guides, but nonetheless it has just announced on its website this past Tuesday (see image) that it has closed up shop inside the Bevis Marks synagogue. On the bright side, the restaurant appears to be seeking another location to reopen […]

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Kosher Travel Tips to Scotland, UK [incl. Whisky Distilleries]

Contributed by: Paul Hurwitz | Last Date of Travel: April-May 2013 I’d wanted to visit Scotland for a long time, both to see the country and to visit Scotch Whisky distilleries.  The opportunities to learn about history and Scotch Whisky are plentiful and make for a great trip. Glasgow Kosher Info: Glasgow has 3 kosher establishments, […]

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New Kosher Restaurant Opening Today in Stamford Hill, London

A new kosher restaurant is opening today in the Stamford Hill district in north London today: Deli Ninety Eight. They’re open from 12pm until 11pm. A new #Kosher restaurant (by Ari Friedlander) opening tomorrow on High Road N15 [near Stamford Hill]. #LookingForward — Shulem Stern (@ShulemStern) April 23, 2014

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Cadbury World in England is a Cadbury Chocolate Lovers Dream

Correction: A previous version of this article stated that the entire park is kosher, which is not the case. Only SOME chocolate products are Kosher approved by the London Beth Din (not Kosher certified). Check the KLBD listing of which Cadbury products are Kosher before visiting Cadbury World or buying Cadbury products. If you’ve ever dreamed of visiting […]

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New Kosher Restaurant in London, UK: Restaurant 1701

Adafina, 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 […]

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“Kosher Roast” throwing BBQ @ Tennis Fundraiser in London

Pop-Up Kosher specialists in London, @KosherRoast, will be throwing it's last BBQ of the season (likely no coincidence that it is the Olympics) at the charity tennis tournament in aid of Action Against Cancer, UK and one of the world's leading centres of scientific research, Technion University, Israel.  Location: Farm Walk Tennis Club Time: Sunday, […]

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Kosher Restaurants and Travel in London

With the Jubilee celebrations in June, and the Olympics and Paralympics less than a week away, there has never been a better time to visit London. As a native Londoner here is a brief guide to where to eat and what to do during your stay, and where to find more information. Contributed by Nadia […]

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Open for Passover Kosher Restaurants [London] 2012

We've been compiling this list for the past few weeks – should there be any restaurants missing from this list from anywhere in the world, please message below or tweet us [@YeahThatsKosher] and we'll add the restaurants not on the list.   Golders Green: La Fiesta, 235 Golders Green Road, 020 8458 0444 Brasserie 103, […]

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London is Testing Out a Pop-Up Restaurant for 2 Days in December: “Kosher Roast”

“Kosher Roast” is renting out a bar called “The Shop” in the Kensal Rise neighborhood of London. The Shop will be converted into a Kosher restaurant for 2 Sunday’s next month: December 4th and 11th. This is clearly a concept that the founders of Kosher Roast are testing. For each of the 2 days, only […]

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Chabad Offering Kosher BBQ Style Food @ Wimbledon in London

Pretty exciting for those traveling in from out of town to watch the matches. Thank you Chabad for your hospitality, yet again. Originally posted on Chabad-Lubavitch of South London Campuses’ kosher barbeque is back again, offering hamburgers, hot dogs, strawberries and non-dairy ice cream to hungry tennis fans at Wimbledon. Begun in the driveway […]

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UK Airline Offers Traif-Only Menu on Israel Flight

Imagine flying from Israel to London on a long, nearly 5 hour flight. Now imagine the meal carts coming down the isle and serving hot fragrant food wafting into your nostrils, your mouth beginning to salivate, only for you to discover that your options are ham & cheese and bacon sandwiches. WHAT??? Are you kidding […]

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Kosher Chinese Restaurants · 洁净中国餐馆 · מסעדות סיניות כשרות

There is now a silly tradition that many Americans hold Christmastime each year… to indulge in Chinese cuisine. Since the Chinese do not celebrate Christmas, like us Jews, their restaurants have no need to take a hiatus on Xmas day. In honor of this wacky tradition, we’ve compiled a list of Chinese restaurants (both sit-down […]

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Open for Passover 2009 in Europe

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): Prague, Czech Republic Shalom Maiselova […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Scotland, UK

Contributed by: Maurice T. Appelbaum | Last Date of Travel: May 2004 Kosher Info: There is a list, that I didn’t have access to at the time. We ate at people’s homes and bought fruits and vegetables and grilled a fish. Edinburgh – A small community without kosher restaurants (at the time), but beautiful quaint […]

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