These are the top 5 most epic places the kosher guru recently visited. The first place is Reserve Cut i mean this is the most epic of all epic places right. Next we will check out Le Marais what a place this is. Next on the top five Kosher Restaurants in NYC is the world famous Mendys how can we not add them. the second to last one on the list is Noidue a nice new Restaurant and last but not least is the amazing MexiKosher. check out below where i post videos and more info about each one.
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#1 Reserve Cut
I recently experienced a 40 oz, A5 Kuro Wagyu Steak, a.k.a. the Tomahawk for two (although i'm not really sure i shared it with anyone!). Reserve Cut is the only kosher restaurant to serve A5 Grade Wagyu Beef, butchered from Japanese cattle that yields meat with one-of-a-kind velvety texture and magnificent marbling. After cooking, the beef is not only very tender, but has a characteristically sweet, mild flavor. reserve cut takes this cut of meat to the next lavel by dry aging it for 45 days, creating a dining experience i will never forget.
40 Broad St, New York, NY
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#2 Le Marais
Without sounding over the best, Le Marais is essentially a standout amongst other legitimate steakhouses in the nation and in the top five Kosher Restaurants in NYC. Moving toward two decades, Le Marais, which is named for a Jewish neighborhood in Paris, has been drawing in dates, businessmen, travelers and theater goers alike. Procuring a decent "22" Zagat positioning, the guide shouts "the quality meats happens to be kosher...a advantageous supplier of delectable hamburger at reasonable costs."
Without a doubt, their cooking, particularly their steaks, are incredibly famous as they purchase their meat straight from an ace butcher who supplies them with the best determinations. With an explicit maturing process, their clients are guaranteed of getting the best quality cuts. They are surely comparable to any non-fit steakhouse. Proprietor Jose Meirelles, considers the foundation history: "When we opened the eatery right around 20 years prior, there was an absence of genuine eateries that realized how to legitimately age their meats. We offered the Jewish client something that they never had."
150 W. 46th Street (Between 6th Ave & 7th Ave) New York, NY 10036
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#3 Mendy's Deli
Thirty years ago in NYC, classic kosher delis where found on almost every corner. Today, one legendary spot remains: Mendy's! with locations in all highly concentrated Jewish work spots, Mendy's is famous for their friendly staff, clean spacious sitting areas, but mostly for their consistency. I can eat all the staples on their menu easily. Mendy's outstanding melt-in-your-mouth tongue sandwich, served over the softest rye bread you are likely to try, is the first thing i order. The tongue is handled from start to finished in-house and you can taste the quality and care in every bite.
61 east 34th street New York, NY 10016
The love story of Noi Due — which means the two of us in Italian — begins when restauranteur Israeli Golan Chetrit, and his Italian American wife Imma, set out to open a concept that is symbolic of their union. Together, they bring novel and contemporary red sauce fare to vegetarian and kosher diners.
An Upper West Side hideaway with an Old Word air, Noi Due Cafe transports diners to the Mediterranean coast. Known for their crisp, brick-oven pizza and Kosher dairy-rich menu, the cafe has become a go-to for the community offering delectable cuisine that's perfect for accommodating any occasion.
Helmed by Beau Houck (formerly Executive Chef at Fresco by Scotto), Noi Due Cafe offers a casual dining atmosphere that is readymade for gourmands craving Old World pizze, insalate, antipasti and Italian sandwiches.
143 West 69th street, New York, NY 10023
The brainchild of top chef alum, Chef Katsuji Tanabe, Mexikosher offers authentic, dynamic Mexican fare. The array of tacos is definitely a must-try. As much as i enjoy a great taco, my favorite dish at Mexikosher is the fried chicken sandwich! The juicy, tender white meat chicken is battered in cornflakes and rice crispies for an added crunch, placed in a hamburger bun, topped with their homemade pickled onions, and drizzled with sweet chili sauce. No wonder it's one of their best sellers!
100 West 83rd street, New York, NY 10024