The KFC chain had left Israel a while back due to Kashrut reasons (the seasonings in the breading contained powdered milk) and left a hole in the market for fried chicken. With fried schnitzel available almost anywhere, there was still an opening for a kosher fried chicken vendor. While there is one restaurant that serves fried chicken on the menu (Sara’s Place in Ra’anana), it’s only one item on a full menu.
Now, filling that hole is Djaja Chicken Bar dedicating its full attention to fried chicken. Located on the Bat Yam boardwalk, menu items include wings, nuggets, a 3 or 4 piece combo or even a bucket with 9 pieces. The side dishes include cole slaw, tater tots, beer battered onion rings, and more. If you aren’t in the mood to get all greasy, there are other menu items like that include rotisserie chicken, chicken wraps, or a crispy chicken burger.
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