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]
Restaurant type: Meat Hechsher from: Rabbi Yitshak Ehrenberg Kashrut level: Glatt Kosher - Berlin Jewish community hasgacha Mashgiah: Tmidi
Number of seats: N/A
"It's Gabriel's" kosher restaurant (called Arche Noah in the past) is the oldest kosher restaurant in Berlin. It is in the Berlin Jewish community building, they serve kosher lunches and dinners, as well as Shabbat meals. It is possible to organize bigger Simchoth there, as they have separate celebration hall in the Jewish community.
Passover 2010 info: Kosher for Passover 2010
"It`Gabriel - Berlin 24.09.2010" Posted on 2010-08-24 06:18:06 by Judina Maria Comment: Having read the above i decided to share my experience at Gabriel's. Firstly I thought I was reading about another restaurant, and waned to ask, if we have been really visited the same place, but it looks like we did. We also have been to the Jewish Community in Berlin and the food and service was simply the best! It's just strange how different the opinions and tastes could be. Appears like the... [more]
"It´s Gabriels - Berlin" Posted on 2009-10-09 16:52:41 by Mark Mergaerts Comment: We are not Jewish, but on a recent city trip we absolutely wanted to try one of Berlin's Jewish restaurants and the description of "It's Gabriel's" looked very attractive. We expected the menu to be simple, and so it turned out to be, but that was no problem. My wife decided on chicken soup with matzeballs followed by a Wiener schnitzel, with a beer. I went for blinis stuffed with meat followed by... [more]
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Tour of the Amsterdam former Jewish Quarter
Leading by the most important Jewish History of the city of Amsterdam. Passing by no less than 6 (former) synagogues. This tour is a mix of the history of how this area came to be the Jewish Quarter, of Sefardic and Asjkenasic Jews, Kokadorus, the Castro family, World War II, The Jewish Council, and much more.