Description: Nice Restaurants with Live music and great atmosphere. Kosher israeli food. A lot of hummus, Meat and Fish from the Grill. Also new israeli cuisine.
"RESTAURANT NOT KOSHEr" Posted on 2017-09-18 06:29:49 by Jonathan Comment: THE "DIE KURVE" LOOKS TO A KOSHER RESTAURANT, TO THE TASTE OF A KOSHER RESTAURANT BUT IT IS ABSOLUTELY NOT A KOSHER RESTAURANT !!!
Hello, on business trip in the city of Düsseldorf and eating strictly kosher, I searched on the Internet before I moved to the Kosher restaurants of the city.
The restaurant DIE KURVE comes out on the front page of Google and Tripadvisor with very good grades.
"Die Kurve" Posted on 2010-10-01 01:42:37 by Miriam Comment: Excellent meal, delicious food. Delightful staff
Location: Dusseldorf, Germany
Description: Please, make reservation 24 hours in advance - usually the kosher kitchen restaurant of Dusseldorf is used by the Jewish community members only.
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