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What are some Kosher Restaurants in Philadelpia?

Philadelphia is an exciting city for food lovers! It’s especially great for those who are looking for excellent Kosher restaurants. The Jewish community in the area has produced an impressive variety of high quality eats, offering a mix of flavors that is sure to please even the pickiest of eaters. Not only are these spots popular with observant Jews, but they’re also becoming a favorite among all diners.

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

Judah Mediterranean Grille

Address: 9311 Krewstown Rd, Philadelphia, PA 19115

Website: https://www.judahgrill.com/

Google Reviews: 301

THANK YOU so much for catering my kosher family at my sons wedding. Your food was absolutely delicious and enjoyed by my family. They gave it rave reviews! With gratitude, Susan”

“I love the food here. High quality. Don’t expect a 5 star service, but 3-4 stars is typical. Prices could be better, but where else can you get a Shwarma and falafel this good around here..

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Citron and Rose Tavern

Citron & Rose Tavern

Address: 261 Montgomery Ave, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004

Website: https:/exploretock.com/

Google Reviews: 326

Highly Recommend. This place is Wonderful. I randomly came here with friends after work to try something new and was shocked at how amazing it was. The food was cooked to perfection and the atmosphere has a nice vibe to it. If you are lucky you will have Beatriz as your server. She is incredible and really knows the menu. I was impressed as she waited tables and made drinks flawlessly on what appeared to be a busy night. Carlos the manager is great too as he would check-in to ensure we were having a great experience.
I ordered a Pastrami Prime-Rib and the Ahi appetizer dish. Both were phenomenal.

“Food was some of the best I’ve ever had. The Duck Taco for starters and Chicken and Waffles for a main was a delight to the senses. Kept asking for more Jalapeño Syrup because it was so good. Wait staff was very friendly and service was quick.
Also do yourself a favor and get the New Orleans Crepe… it is incredible.”

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Goldie (Vegan)

Address: 1911 Sansom St, Philadelphia, PA 19102

Website: https:/goldiefalafel.com/

Google Reviews: 813

Oh my! What an amazing VEGAN spot!!! The falafel was amazing! The food was delicious and VEGAN milkshakes! It was all so fresh and delicious. It was the little things such as the resturant made ketchup🧡Everything we ate was delicious. I loved the atmosphere here; the music was on point! Everytime I come to Philly this will definitely be my spot!.

“Got the tehini shake after many friends recommended it to me and I was not disappointed. I got the banana flavored one, my friends like the Turkish coffee flavored one. It was rich and creamy and almost had me believing it had dairy in it. The inside is very small with a limited menu so count on getting takeout not sit down.….”

Goldie
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Schlesinger’s

Address: 1521 Locust St, Philadelphia, PA 19102

Website: http://schlesingersdeli.com/

Google Reviews: 636

What more could I ask for…one of the best corn beef sandwiches ever!! If you haven’t been to Schlesinger’s you should go! Best in the city!!.

“The quintessential Jewish delicatessen. A wide selection of breakfast lunch and dinner items. A complementary pickle bar has a wide assortment of pickles as well as cucumbers and hot peppers. The matzo ball soup was excellent and the matzoh ball was about the size of a baseball. There was plenty of chicken, bowtie pasta and carrots in a tasty broth. The matzoh ball was exactly the correct consistency. Hot pastrami on rye with cheddar cheese was equally as good and about 2 inches thick. The potato pancakes were small, about 3 inches in diameter but very flavorful. Try to save room for dessert, if you can. They have an outstanding assortment to please just about anybody. You might end up taking quite a bit home with you. I found the price is very reasonable..”

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Miss Rachel’s Pantry (Vegan)

Address: 1938 S Chadwick St, Philadelphia, PA 19145

Website: http://missrachaelspantry.com

Google Reviews: 129

Rachel is a class act. She graciously accommodated my clients who had booked (and re-booked) their Covid-wedding four times! She was sincerely willing to pivot when their big wedding became a smaller cocktail party reception. And that’s just Rachel the person. The food was out of this world, and I’m not even vegan! Everything was generously portioned and absolutely delicious – my favorite was the gnocchi and the “salami” made from beets – wow, I had no idea how delicious vegan food could be. Can’t wait to dine at her cozy restaurant in Philly. Thank you, Rachel, for your kindness, flexibility, generosity and serious foodie skills. I’m a fan!.”

“Wonderful setting for an intimate evening wedding. Miss Rachel and staff were a delight. As for the food…WOW. Four course meal  capped off by a blueberry lemon with lavender frosting wedding cake. Sublime..”

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In conclusion, eating at a Kosher restaurant in Philadelphia is an exciting experience that everyone can enjoy. This city offers a wide variety of restaurants to choose from, each offering high quality dishes and a unique mix of flavors. For those who are observant Jews the experience is even more special, as they can trust that the food served is prepared according to Kashrut rules. Whether you’re looking for fine dining or street food, Philly has something for everyone.

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.

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