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Best Kosher Restaurants in Milan

by Web Editor
Kosher Restaurants in Milan

Finding eateries that comply with Jewish dietary laws when travelling is not always easy. To make your kosher travel experiences more satisfying, we’ve rounded up our pick of the best kosher restaurants in the city, certified under the supervision of Milan’s Central Rabbinate. From restaurants up to cafés and pastry shops, you'll find a full list of destinations to satisfy each and every taste whim.

A map of these venues follows

1. Denzel

A small kosher restaurant offering gourmet street food. Its signature dishes include hamburgers made from high-quality meat sourced from small controlled farms, eggplant rolls, beef meatballs with cinnamon and falafel and French fries.

Address: via Washington, 9

GPS: 45.46502, 9.1554

Phone: 02 48519326

Public Transport: M1 (red line) Buonarroti

Open Sun-Thurs 12pm-2.30pm and 7pm-11pm. Fri 12pm-2.30pm. Sat (only during the winter season) 7pm-11pm.

www.denzel.it (in Italian only)

2. Carmel

This ethnic-kosher restaurant/pizzeria serves Middle Eastern specialities such as humus, falafel, tabbouleh and baklava but also tantalizing pizzas made with traditional Italian and oriental ingredients.

Address: Viale San Gimignano, 10

GPS: 45.45609, 9.13662

Phone: 02 416368

Public Transport: M1 (red line) Primaticcio

Open Sun-Thurs 12pm-2.30pm and 7pm-10.30pm. Fri 12pm-2pm. Please contact the restaurant for opening hours on Saturday night.

carmelkosher.it (in Italian only)

3. Ba' Ghetto

A new restaurant serving the best Jewish- Roman and Middle Eastern cuisine. It also stocks a wide selection of Israeli wines.

Address: Via Sardegna, 45

GPS: 45.46186, 9.15132

Phone: 02 4694643

Public Transport: M1 (red line) De Angeli

Closed on Fri evening and on Sat at lunch.

www.baghetto.com

4. My Kafe

In addition to light snacks, pastries and delicious ice cream, My Kafe also offers a range of savoury options such as toasted sandwiches, salads and omelettes. A modern locale featuring ample seating space and free Wi-Fi.

Address: Via L. Soderini

GPS: 45.4551, 9.13683

Phone: 02 38232748

Public Transport: M1 (red line) Bande Nere

Open Mon-Thurs 7.30am-7.30pm. Fri 7.30am-3pm. Sun 9am-7.30pm. Closed on Saturday.

my-kafe.business.site (in Italian only)

5. Tuv Taam

This kosher bakery sells classic pastries and homemade brioches but also made-to-order cakes and cookies and savoury specialities, including an assortment of fried and baked pizzas. Tuv Taam specializes in sweet and savoury offerings for private celebrations or events.

Address: Via Arzaga, 15

GPS: 45.45626, 9.14172

Phone: 02 89052197

Public trasport: M1 (red line) Primaticcio

Closed on Saturday.

www.tuv-taam-casher.it (in Italian only)

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