If you or your friends keep to kosher diet, or are just interested in different cuisines of the world and wish to try something new, you should definitely consider visiting one of the kosher restaurants in Kyiv. For those who want to know where to eat kosher food in Kyiv, we offer the list of good restaurants where guests enjoy traditional Jewish meals and relaxing atmosphere.
Taki Da is the first grill restaurant in Ukrainian capital, uniting high standards of kashrut with modern European and Middle Eastern dishes. All meals in Taki Da are cooked using kosher products that are well-known for being profitable for health and well-being. The design of the restaurant delights with light colors and homely coziness. This is the right place for those who would like to keep healthy diet and feel themselves in the gastronomic paradise at the same time. Opening hours of the restaurant are typical for Jewish traditions: Taki Da does not work from Friday night until the first star rises in the sky on Saturday.
Address: 29, Shchekavitska street
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An atmospheric kosher restaurant called Mendi`s is located in the very heart of Kyiv city. Here you will be charmed by elegant interior, designed in classic European style: sand and chocolate colors, furniture made of natural wood, snow-white tablecloths, beautiful paintings and shelves with books. The menu includes kosher dishes, cooked according to European home recipes. The main accent is made on tasty fish and steaks. The guests can also get delicious options from sushi menu. The restaurant also has its own food delivery service.
Address: 24, Esplanadna street
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Bejt Jeguda cozy Jewish cafe is located right in the building of Brodsky synagogue in Kyiv. Here you will be offered wide assortment of traditional Ukrainian and Jewish dishes, cooked according to all the rules of kashrut. Prior to Shabbath, guests can order dishes to-go in advance – the cafe does not work on Saturdays. The interior of Bejt Jeguda halls is laconic and elegant: warm colors, simple furniture and minimum of decor elements. Festive dinners and private events often take place at this authentic location.
Address: 13, Shota Rustaveli street
This place is created in the spirit of the world-famous Jewish sense of humor and self-irony. It is located in Podil area, the place where historically Jewish diaspora have lived. Odessa city also influenced the idea of this restaurant because the city is famous for its funny stories thanks to friendly and positive Jewish people who live there. The restaurant offers authentic kosher cuisine and atmospheric cozy interior.
Address: 5/10 Igorevska/Sagaydachnogo street
According to the restaurant legend, Givi Rubinstein is a successful aristocrat and businessman, whose mother was Jewish and father was Georgian. Givi often travels around the world and shares his gastronomic impressions with the guests of his restaurant. At the kitchen, Givi likes to experiment: he unites Jewish recipes of Odesa from his mother and conservative Georgian dishes from his father, creating completely unique meals. The menu of Givi Rubinstein includes classic dishes of two countries as well as their unusual combinations. As for drinks, the restaurant bar offers variety of Georgian, Odesa, Israeli and Moldavian wines.
Address: 44, Yevgena Konovaltsia street
Super Brodsky Kosher Food Shop
If you are not in the mood to sit at the restaurant and want to cook some tasty Jewish dishes at home, you may be wondering where to buy appropriate products. Welcome to “Super Brodsky” kosher food shop, located right in the synagogue! Here you can always buy fresh high-quality kosher food by Israeli, European and Ukrainian manufacturers. The shop sells fresh meat, milk products, sweets, delicious wines and many other. Do not forget about appetizing challah for Sabbath!
Address: 13, Shota Rustaveli street
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