Bachur Tov is Glatt Kosher restaurant in Vienna, Austria. It is Buchari - Bukhari kosher restaurant, where you can try the eastern taste - Shashliks - Skewers - lamb, beef, pargiot and many others together with delicious soups full of meat and rich in taste. Israeli salads, Chumus, Tchina and Matbucha are available. You can also ask for set lunch menu.
"great restaurant" Posted on 2012-08-22 13:01:03 by Susie Comment: Very nice place, great food, good prices, good service. We ate there once and ordered packed meals which they prepared very nicely. Highly recommended!
"Good restaurant" Posted on 2012-01-07 19:08:03 by Dan Comment: Has Chinese food and other types of dishes. Been there twice during different trips and both times I had difficulty communicationg with the staff due to thier limited knowledge of the English language.
"Great and tasty Kosher food" Posted on 2009-03-12 21:59:48 by Ariel Comment: We have been at this restaurant for lunch, we took the beef soup, several Skewers - lamb, beef, liver and hearts. As side dish we had rice and chips - all well made and really delicious! We can suggest this restaurant! When we are in Vienna again, we definitely want to eat at Bachur Tov Kosher restaurant.
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