Following the historic peace-treaty between UAE and Israel and the ease in restrictions and acceptance of Jewish food from Abu Dhabi to Al-Ain, across the country – Dubai is ready to embark on a new culinary journey with the opening of its first fine-dining Kosher restaurant.
Located in the world’s tallest building, at the opulent Armani hotel this forty-seats-only pop up specializes in serving rich Kosher cuisine, cooked in line with Jewish dietary laws. Overlooked by the Rabbi, Levi Y Duchman himself, the menu consists of a mix of classical Jewish and Emirati dishes, that are revamped and will seasonally change – offering its guests the best of both worlds.
Certified by the Emirates Kosher Supervising Agency, this fine-dining spot will also offer a special takeaway menu for Shabbat along with regular dine-in facilities. As the first five-star restaurant outside of Israel to offer in house hotel guests an in-room dining experience, this downtown gem is already making history!
Kaf, as it will be called opens its doors today, offering spectacular Dubai fountain views that won’t disappoint! It’s open from Sunday-Thursday from 6 30 PM to 11 30 PM and we recommend prior bookings for dine-in guests.