Description:Hotel Aida opera in Paris offers accommodation just opposite to synagogue and close to kosher restaurants. You can make advance reservation of kosher breakfast at the hotel. You will be just in the heart of Paris district #9, which is full of Jewish... [more]
Restaurant type: Meat Hechsher from: Beth Din of Paris Kashrut level: Glatt Mashgiah: Tmidi
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Kosher restaurant Les Ailes is located in Jewish area of Paris, close to several synagogues and kosher hotel Touring. You can have here kosher lunches, dinners and Shabbat meals. The restaurant also provides meals during Pessach - Passover. They have Deli and Bakery branches.
Passover 2010 info: concerning the sedarims, the reservation with pre-paiement can be booked by the way of mail or phone : firstname.lastname@example.org
"Les Ailes Kosher restaurant, Paris" Posted on 2009-03-15 23:17:07 by Jordan Comment: We have been at Les Ailes restaurant for Shabbat meals - simply fantastic - great food, wine and service!
We came on Sunday again for lunch, we took some kind of young beef (I do not remember what exactly it was) - but I have never had something so delicious, as this in Les Ailes - it's worth to come to Paris just because of Les Ailes... and after the meal you can see other famous parts of this b... [more]
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Tour of the Amsterdam former Jewish Quarter
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