Based in Soho and Stoke Newington, this Jewish restaurant and deli is a hotspot for warming Israeli food in London. From its exquisite brunches featuring everything from Baharat-spiced pumpkin to beef salami hash, to its on-site bakery serving up bagels, made-to-order babka and flatbreads, it's Middle Easter munching at its finest.
Jewish Restaurants In London
A new wave of Jewish-inspired restaurants is sweeping through London, and it's totally kosher with us. Bringing everything from the colour-pop cuisine of Tel Aviv street food, to the hearty baked goods of the Brooklyn delis, we've rounded up the top spots for Jewish food in London, whether you're looking to keep kosher, or just looking to sample some delicious dishes.
One Marylebone's most warm and welcoming restaurants, Delamina is a hotspot for Jewish food in London. Founded by husband and wife team Limor and Amir Chen, you'll find all manner of delicious Israeli delicacies such as lamb chops with kabsa spices and plums, and baby aubergines coated in black sesame seeds and goats cheese.
For a taste of Tel Aviv in the heart of Exmouth Market, this shawarma bar offers a delicious selection of mezze and big, grilled dishes. The brainchild of Ottolenghi protégé Josh Katz, alongside Haggerston's Berber & Q Grill House, it's a deliciously modern twist on classic Israeli street food.
Nestled under Southwark's Union Street arches, Bala Baya is a leading light for Jewish food in London. Inspired by the flavours of Tel Aviv, chef Eran Tibi has crafted a stunning menu of authentic Israeli dishes, from semolina dumplings and blackened aubergine to ox-tail falafel and harissa and maple salmon.
Mixing the best ingredients and flavours of the Mediterranean and the Middle East, this bright, spacious restaurant from Yotam Ottolenghi offers some of the finest Jewish-inspired food in the city, from their Jerusalem mixed grilled to the deeply flavoured celeriac shawarma.
From the team behind The Barbary, this theatreland eatery serves up a delicious array of contemporary Jerusalem cuisine. Taking influence from Spain, North Africa and the Levant you'll find a menu chock-full of spice and flavour that offers a modern take on traditional Jewish food.
A contemporary kosher restaurant in London's Belsize Park, Tish offers heritage dishes with a stylish and contemporary twist. Alongside its offering of tasty breakfast to dinner menus, this gorgeous eatery also observes Shabbat with a special Friday dinner and Saturday lunch menu.