Restaurant type: Dairy Hechsher from: supervision of Rabbi Ami Markel Kashrut level: Cholov Yisroel, Pas Yisroel, and Bishul Yisroel Mashgiah: N/A
Number of seats: N/A
Home-made vegetarian food is offered in Pizza Nosh restaurant, established in February 2002.
"Heacoverings (or lack of)" Posted on 2009-05-22 09:44:56 by ginz Comment: To whom it may concern.
Your food is exellent -but like most other religious Jews - I
do not care to eat in a home or other place where the man or woman in charge do not care enough to cover their head!!
How can I trust them if they dont respect G-d ? or rules of hygene for that matter !!
At Naglila in L.A all (non jewish)staff wear nets over their hair.Strangely enough the only one covering h... [more]
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