The first order of business is the Machane Yehuda Shuk walking kashrut tours. All the dates are booked solid, wait-listed, with the exception of Tuesday, August 8th at 9:30am. A number of slots remain. Please do not request a slot on the others since there is no room.
I continue to receive many many requests to inquire as to the status of restaurants. Time does not permit me checking each place but I decided at the very least to try to update the site with a posting of stores and their current kashrut certification. I urge subscribers to remain vigilant, and always check an eatery’s kashrut certificate before ordering any food, since changes occur, in many cases, more frequently than most might believe.
In addition, remember, restaurant website are far from up-to-date in many cases and the kashrut listing is not always reliable.
Following is a listing of stores, primarily in the German Colony area of Jerusalem. There is also a listing or two from Tiberias and Tzfat. While I did not have time to check their operation, I did validate that they have current legitimate kashrut certifications.
For those of you viewing this on email, please visit the website to review the list and photos of the stores mentioned.
German Colony, Jerusalem – Emek Refaim Street followed by Tivera, Tzfat and Lavi Hotel
I would like to point out that the “Milk” restaurant has a legitimate J. Rabbinate, but is accompanied by an unauthorized Nachlat Yitzchak, claiming to be mehadrin.