Top Picks: 10 Best Kosher Restaurants In London

From Jewish delis in Central that whip up melt-in-the-mouth sandwiches to Belsize Park gems with swoon-worthy alfresco terraces and moreish desserts, there's certainly no shortage of hotspots across the capital. Don't know where to start? We're giving you a helping hand by rounding up the very best kosher restaurants in London.

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Tish

Flaunting a stunning terrace and a crackin' selection of dishes, it's no wonder why Tish is one of the best London kosher restaurants. Located in the heart of Belsize Park, this is the ideal spot to munch on Jewish favourites, all while admiring the surrounding greenery. Our pick? The challah pudding that's smothered in a moreish whiskey ice cream. Yum.

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Alfresco dining doesn't get better than this.

Delicatessen

Situated on Rosslyn Hill, Delicatessen specialises in modern Middle Eastern eats. Head inside this quirky venue, where you'll be met by wine bottles stacked on high shelves, alongside unique industrial features. As for food, there are plenty of veggie-friendly plates, including merguez kebabs with burnt aubergine, tahini and grated tomatoes or beet carpaccio covered in a soy dressing.

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Reubens

When it comes to kosher restaurants in Central London, Reubens is a real stand-out. Venture inside this deli favourite, where you'll be able to sink your teeth into moreish salt beef sandwiches, chicken shawarma platters or freshly made rainbow salads. To top it off? There's also a grab-and-go or takeaway option for those of you who fancy kosher delivery in London.

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This is one of our favourite kosher restaurants in the West End of London for hefty sandwiches.

Pizaza

Searching for kosher restaurants in Golders Green? Then pop into Pizaza. The clue's in the name of this fabulous joint, as it's serving up some of the best Italian slices. First, you choose your base, from thin 'n' crispy to stuffed crust, and then you can decide on one of the speciality combinations made up of fresh ingredients. If you're not in a doughy mood, opt for pasta and a crisp glass of pinot.

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Get ready to cheese the day at this spot.

Met Su Yan

A pan-Asian kosher restaurant in the heart of Golders Green, Met Su Yan is ideal for all occasions. With takeaway options, alongside a laid-back space that can be hired for special events, this venue is set to impress. You'll also get to treat yourself to classic Chinese favourites, from the likes of salt 'n' pepper tofu and wonton soup to Korean fried chicken. 

Met Su Yan London | DesignMyNight

This is the perfect venue for family outings.

Novellino

Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Novellino is a reliable hub to fill up on the good stuff. With two restaurants in Golders Green - bistro and all-day dining spots that have both been going strong since 2005 - these kosher venues really know a thing or two about delivering tasty grub. As for the menu, expect signature breaded schnitzels and pasta arrabbiata with chimichurri.

Novellino Golders Green | DesignMyNight

Pretty interiors? Check.

Hummus

If you're on the hunt for wallet-friendly food in Hendon or Golders Green, Hummus is the spot for you. Home to a 'bunch' menu (lunch in a bun) for £12.75, alongside a starter and a main for £19.25, this is the ideal spot for afternoon cravings. So, what's up for grabs? You'll want to try out the homemade Morrocan cigar which is made from beef in a flaky pastry with tahini and parsley.

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Expect plenty of flavours here.

Pita

Another Golders Green gem, Pita is home to some of the best Middle Eastern street eats in the area. Chow down on moreish hummus topped with minced beef, roasted pine kernels and parsley or opt for Jerusalem ribeye steak strips complimented by a secret spice mix. As for plant-based options, there's also vegan falafel and crispy cauliflower to enjoy.

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You can quaff ice-cold beers at this joint too.

The Kanteen

One of our top picks for kosher dairy restaurants in London, The Kanteen serves up a range of delicious vegetarian plates. Feast on the iconic eggs bageldict florentine topped with spinach, hollandaise and chives for brunch, or make your way in for Thai stir fry and slices of pizza come dinnertime. Yum.

The Kanteen London | DesignMyNight

Drool.

SOYO

With venues in Golders Green and Edgware, SOYO has earned quite a reputation across the city. Whether you fancy starting your morning with a tropical smoothie made from mango and lychee or trying out a Morrocan salad covered in toasted almonds, these destinations have a range of Mediterranean options. After something sweet? Build your own froyo from a selection of toppings. 

SOYO London | DesignMyNight

It's no wonder why this is one of our top picks for kosher restaurants in Edgware.

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