Were it not for the name, you’d never know this place was kosher. Okay, maybe the yarmulke-clad guy running the place will tip you off, or the fact that there’s no meat on the menu. Still, the main dishes—pizza (a crisp bottom crust gives the slices a bit of crunch), lasagna (made to order and served in its own bubbling dish) and a few Middle Eastern dishes (such as the well-done, but still tasty, falafel)—don’t taste like they’ve been made according to ancient dietary laws. Which is exactly the point.
Tel Aviv Kosher Pizza
|Venue name:||Tel Aviv Kosher Pizza||Contact:|
6349 N California Ave
|Cross street:||between Devon and Rosemont Aves|
|Opening hours:||Lunch (Sun–Fri), dinner (Sun–Thu, opens Sat one hour after Shabbat)|
|Transport:||Bus: 93, 155.|
|Price:||Average pizza: $14|