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What You'll Get
Kosher restaurants are held to high standards: they’re inspected by rabbis, they use different dishes for meat and dairy products, and no one is allowed to use the letter “E” while dining in one. Enjoy a vowel-light meal with today’s Groupon to Hamizrach Glatt Kosher Restaurant.
- For $17, you get $35 worth of kosher Middle Eastern fare.
- For $20, you get two miso soups and two specialty sushi rolls (up to a $40.40 value).<p>
Hamizrach Glatt Kosher Restaurant’s menu serenades bellies with a chorus of kebabs, hummus, falafel, and other Middle Eastern specialties, all meticulously prepared in adherence to kosher guidelines. Divvy up the Moroccan platter, a medley of falafel, spring rolls, and Israeli salad ($13). Pita sandwiches trap falafel ($6), and hot chicken lentil soup, unlike a slow dance with a snowman, warms the stomach ($8). The manti ($17), traditional Bukharian steamed dumplings stuffed with a beef and lamb mix, and the oven-baked rainbow-trout fillet ($23) satisfy all seven senses and scramble for table space during the main course.
The restaurant shows its many talents through its sushi menu. Guests can pair two steamy bowls of miso soup ($4.25 each) with the likes of two specialty sushi rolls such as the Red Dragon, a California roll prepared with salmon and a soya reduction ($13.95), or the tempura salmon-, avocado-, and cucumber-packed Last Samurai ($13.95), which is far less lonely when chosen for consumption.
The Fine Print
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About Hamizrach Glatt Kosher Restaurant
In crafting their Middle Eastern dishes, the chefs at Hamizrach Glatt Kosher Restaurant closely follow kosher guidelines—they keep meat separate from fish and dairy and don’t wash dishes and utensils together. Though strict in their preparation, they experiment in blending culinary styles, drawing often from Asian recipes to create such foods as spring rolls and 40 varieties of maki and nigiri rolls. They also prepare hot and cold appetizers such as hummus, falafel, and baba ghanouj, followed by spiced entrees such as chicken shish kebabs, chicken schnitzel, or steamed beef and lamb dumplings.