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Kosher Restaurants Manhattan

What some popular kosher restaurants in Manhattan people are leaving reviews for?

Welcome to Manhattan, the vibrant heart of New York City! From its renowned restaurants and diverse cultural offerings to its expansive wealth and remarkable history, this bustling borough has something for everyone. The Jewish community in particular has made a strong mark on this area, with a plethora of kosher eateries and numerous synagogues scattered throughout. And despite its size, Manhattan offers an intimate atmosphere where you can get to know people from all walks of life.

This week we are looking at a handful of the kosher restaurants with hundreds of Google reviews. 


Address: 45 E 34th St, New York, NY 10016


Google Reviews: 945 

Tiberias catered a party for us and it was excellent. The food was really delicious and attractively presented. Portions were very generous. Uri and his crew went above and beyond to help us plan every detail. He made a lot of helpful suggestions. They came exactly on time and set everything up beautifully. We were so so pleased and would definitely use them again.


“Arrived, without booking, for a very early supper and there were plenty of available tables. We both had a salmon option from the menu, which was truly delicious, cooked to perfection and very filling. Also on the plate, fluffy mashed potatoes, mushrooms, onions and basil. The glasses we drank from, with iced water, were tilted, like the leaning tower of Pisa. The table was a bit wonky and furnishings, in general, a bit shabby. But service was prompt and reasonably polite. The bill was quite expensive, but the food justified the high price.

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Kosher Deluxe KD 46

Kosher Deluxe

Address: 10 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036


Google Reviews: 683

I haven’t been here in years. But this place got a lot better. they have the shawarma station. That’s mostly what the review is about. I made a mistake ordering. I ordered rice, they got it from the back, and then I wanted pita bread. So the rice was wasted. They gave it to me anyway which was nice. Employees here are very nice and portions are huge. All the plates in my half eaten pic were piled high with meat, rice and salad when ordering the plattter. Highly recommend”

“Worth every single penny. I
Don’t eat just anywhere either so with the flavor and service I’ve received from this experience, I’ll be back. This is a great neighbor to have, working in the diamond district.”

Ben’s Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant & Caterers

Address: 209 W 38th St, New York, NY 10018

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Google Reviews: 1.1k

Had a really nice lunch at Ben’s with my wife. The restaurant is very large for Manhattan with lots of space, and it’s a very clean restaurant. There was Coleslaw & pickles delivered to our table before we even sat down! We then ordered Reubens, and they were excellent. My only critique (as a Reuben enthusiast) is that the bottom bread was a tad soggy, making eating the thick Reuben a little difficult. I prefer it when the bread is toasted and more stable. But overall, a good sandwich and a great experience!

“Keepin it real out here in Midtown
Ordered for pick up several times from this place and solid experience every time, a bit pricey tho. Finally had a chance to dine in for the first time.
Pretty nice old school diner vibe. We ordered some pretty traditional items and they were good but i probably prefer the usual pastrami / brisket sandwiches. Nothing else really stood out but it’s a good spot for a relaxing meal ..”

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Wolf and Lamb

Wolf & Lamb

Address: 16 E 48th St, New York, NY 10017


Google Reviews: 779

We had a wonderful experience at wolf and lamb. The staff was awesome, Yeshua our waiter was so friendly and helpful. The food was fresh and tasty. They have the most crispy homemade pickles in small jars. Will definitely come back.”

“Food is always excellent here. Their starters are out of this world. Pulled brisket pizza was an absolute delight. I was surprised at how well the cauliflower steak was done.
The gnocchi was also perfectly textured and flavored.
Overall, great food, great atmosphere and worth coming into the city from New Jersey to dine here.”

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Address: 77 Mulberry St, New York, NY 10013


This place is a gem! The BBQ meat is my ultimate favorite. I like to go during the week 11a-4p for the lunch special price! The service is always quick and friendly, I love this place because it’s so yummy, quick with great service and the best prices! I usually can get in and out in twenty minutes, which is perfect when I’m hungry and rushing to work in midtown! Highly recommend.”


“One of my favorite restaurants ever in New York city! Simply a vegan paradise for everyone but especially who loves Chinese food and who doesn’t?
Every time I try something different!
But I have to say my favorite are the lemon chicken, which is a vegan Fried lemon chicken covered in a lemony sweet sauce – I can’t explain in words how good it is!t..”

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In conclusion, Manhattan is home to an impressive array of restaurants, offering something for everyone. The Jewish community especially benefits from the variety of delicious Kosher steakhouses and dairy establishments, as well as a large selection of Asian and Middle Eastern options. Eating out in Manhattan is not only a treat for the taste buds but also offers a unique cultural experience that celebrates the diversity of its inhabitants. So next time you’re in Manhattan, be sure to explore all the  kosher restaurants it has to offer – you won’t regret it!

Please note: The Kosher Hub is not a Kosher Authority. For any advice please refer to your local Kashrut Authority. Food photos in this blog have been taken from Google and do not belong to The Kosher Hub.