3220 N Durango Dr Ste 1, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8912936.219721 -115.278300
Neighborhoods: Las Vegas
The Best kosher food in LV. – There are 2 listings for this place. Don't get lost. It is on South Durango Drive not North. We go to Vegas often, about every two months, usually for 4 nights. We eat here every night. All day we are thinking about what we are going to have for dinner. EVERYTHING is fresh and tasty. Whatever we choose, we are not disappointed. They do not make the food ahead of time and have it in the back for when you place your order. When you get there and order, they make it for you right out front. Nothing has been lying around. Salads are always fresh, and refreshed, because they go so fast. You can have as much soda as you want for the initial price. French fries for one is enough for two. Rommi, the owner is always around to kibitz, or to suggest he will make you an assortment and serve you "family (Israeli) style." Their mashgiach, Riva, treats you as if you are in her own home. She doesn't just sit there and pretend she doesn't exist. Evan, the manager, is always attentive to get your order exactly the way you want it, either with more of something, or without something you don't want. Even the Spanish cook and cleaner are helpful and polite. The whole staff appears happy to be working there, and this feeling is conducive to your desire to go back. The prices are also reasonable. Two can eat for about $25-$35. The only problem is that you need to have a car to get there. We always rent a car, so this is not a problem for us. The cost of the rental car for the 4 days is worth the price of having good kosher restaurant available for a nice dinner every night.
OK if you absolutely must have kosher – I've lived in Israel and am married to an Israeli. This would never work in Israel given the quality and price. Messy sandwiches. It's OK. I would eat there over any fast food obviously but it's just not worth the price. Just a little over fast food quality. Kabob Palace is much tastier and the same price but not Kosher. I understand that Kosher meat cost more, I cook with it and organic, but they really should work on the quality. I believe this is because they have no real competition and just don't care because they have plenty more to replace people like me and my husband. You don't like it - tough.
great food, friendly atmosphere – we had the pleasure of eating at the sababa, which was not yet opened when we were in begas three years ago. we kosher people are lucky to have them: i had the best kebabs (three of them - a nice portion) and my husband had delicious shish kabobs, with generous and tasty sides. their baba ghanoush is also delicious. the prices were reasonable and the ambiance was friendly - the owner himself attended to us and made sure we had everything we wanted. other staff talked to us, too. siance next day was a fast day, we took some food back to our hotel to eat late that night: the bourekas were excellent, as was the hummous. can't wait to go back.
GREAT! GREAT! GREAT! – This place is kosher. I dont keep Kosher and love eating here!!!!!!!! I try and eat there atleast a couple of times a week. You must try it!!
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