Kosher in Venice

If you are al­rea­dy fa­mi­liar wi­th Jewish die­ta­ry la­ws, or want to try a new ‘kosher'ga­stro­no­mic ex­pe­rien­ce, here are so­me great ad­dres­ses that will not di­sap­point! By Ste­fa­nia Vi­da

Where Venice - - Dining -

KOSHER RE­STAU­RANT

GHIMEL GAR­DEN

The re­stau­rant of­fers kosher spe­cial­ties and ty­pi­cal fi­sh-ba­sed di­shes. Ha­lav.

Le­me­ha­drin. The menu is ac­com­pa­nied by a great se­lec­tion of stric­tly kosher wi­nes. This re­stau­rant is part of the new "L'Chaim!" Tour (see pa­ge 8). ve­ni­ce­beyond­the­ghet­to.com Open dai­ly from 9.30am to 11pm. Ser­ves Shab­bat din­ners on Friday eve­nings and at lun­ch on Sa­tur­days stric­tly su­b­ject to

re­ser­va­tion. ghi­mel­gar­den.com. Can­na­re­gio, 2873/c (Cam­po del Ghet­to

Nuo­vo). T: 041 8226131.

KOSHER HOU­SE GIAR­DI­NO DEI MELOGRANI

Lo­ca­ted ju­st a 10-mi­nu­te walk from the San­ta Lu­cia Rail­way Sta­tion, this is the on­ly kosher re­si­den­ce in Venice. Ne­stling in the heart of Venice’s Ghet­to, it is equip­ped wi­th

all the ne­ces­sa­ry ac­cou­tre­men­ts for the strict ob­ser­van­ce of Ka­she­ru­th and Ha­la­cha.

www.par­de­sri­mo­nim.net. Can­na­re­gio, 2873. T: 041 8226131.

CAFFETTERIA DEL MUSEO EBRAICO

DI VE­NE­ZIA

In­dul­ge in a fla­vour­so­me break at the ca­fè of Venice’s fa­mous Jewish Mu­seum. Si­tua­ted in the Cam­po del Ghet­to Nuo­vo,

the ve­nue is set bet­ween two of Venice’s ol­de­st sy­na­go­gues. Ha­lav. Can­na­re­gio, 2902 (Cam­po del Ghet­to Nuo­vo).

T: 340 1046858.

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