New Kosher Burger Joint Opens in Tel Aviv: Memphis

Last updated: November 25, 2016

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A new hamburger restaurant has opened on a Carlebach Street15109383_10107119619532269_4368819416507790762_n in the heart of Tel Aviv: Memphis. The owner, Rabbi Ori Melamed, had made up his mind to open the place after writing for the local Israeli newspaper Makor Rishon as a food critic. He said that it was hard for him to see that there are only non kosher hamburger joints opening up all around Tel Aviv so he opened up a place where he and his family can eat a high quality burger.

memphis-kosher-burger-tel-avivThe burger meat is ground on the spot with no additives, having all of the flavor coming from the special blend of meat cuts he uses. The sauces and toppings are made in house as well. Memphis also offers vegan options for those who don’t eat meat.

The restaurant is open Monday-Thursday from Noon-11:45pm and Sundays from 9am-11:45pm.

Kosher supervision under the Rabbanut Tel Aviv

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