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NOW OPEN: Kosher Dairy Restaurant in PHILLY Suburbs: Zagafen

The much anticipated dairy restaurant, Zagafen, is finally openings its doors for the first time last week in Philly’s suburbs (Bala Cynwyd).

As reported, “Zavino is a small chain of non-kosher restaurants in Center City Philadelphia”, and while Zagafen is owned by the Zavino chain, they will offer a kosher dairy dining experience.

Menu items include a variety of unique pizzas and fish. The eatery will also have a full bar with a large selection of drinks.

The restaurant’s website details their menu that features Yellowtail Crudo, Ricotta on Rosemary Flatbread, Poached Cod in Coconut Curry, a variety of charred or roasted veggies, a Bechamel & Wild Mushroom pizza, and so much more.

Zagafen also offers a completely separate Cholov Yisrael menu for those that request it.

The upscale dairy eatery also offers a nice sized drinks menu, featuring kosher wines from Israel, Spain, Australia, Italy, and California; beers from Greece, Germany, England, the Netherlands, Colorado, and Maryland; and house-made cocktails and fresh non-alcoholic drinks.

Zagafen is kosher certified by the OU and is located at 370 Montgomery Ave., Bala Cynwyd, PA.

Zagafan is open Sunday – Thursday 4pm – 10pm. Reservations are recommended.

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