Description:Mrs. Manuella Hofman operates the Bleibergs kosher bed and breakfast in Berlin. They have 3 rooms and you can get kosher breakfast daily at their Cafe. They provide also travel services, kosher catering, small kosher Delli shop and other kosher servi... [more]
Located in the Community Center of the Jewish Congregation Adass Jisroel (founded 1869) in the very center of "Jewish Berlin", Tucholsky St. 40, D-10117 Berlin. The Beth Café, open from Sunday to Friday between 11am and 6pm, offers Israeli and Jewish dishes, everything kosher under direct supervision of the Adass Jisroel Congregation.
To our religious guests Upon advanced request we will supply you with kosher cutlery, pots, plates, glasses, toaster, water cooker and thermos.
Passover 2010 info: The restaurant "Beth Café" is closed during Pesach. But the Congregation Adass Jisroel offers Seder and meals after the services.
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