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This well-worn, well-loved cafe serves Israeli fare as well as the diaspora’s best hits. Everybody’s here for a taste of home, be they from Tel Aviv, Manhattan, or St. Petersburg. Start with matzo ball soup, the big sinkers enriched with schmaltz, continue with chicken-filled kreplach, and then dive in to a platter of Israeli salads, freshly made falafel, and lamb schwarma. If you order Holy Land’s halvah for dessert, you may find yourself loving the stuff for the very first time.

Hours: Sun.-Fri. 11:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.; closed Saturday.

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Price: $

Payment Type: cash, check

Extra Info: Uses kosher meat


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