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The 7 Most Delicious Kosher Restaurants In Philadelphia!

What is your favorite food? Falafel? Hummus? Shawarma? Good news! We have compiled a list of the best Kosher Restaurants that cover all of the above!

If it’s dining at a little cafe or gathering for a big event, these Kosher restaurants will layout all the options to fit your needs.

1. Mama’s Vegetarian

18 S 20th St, Philadelphia, PA 19103 •  (215) 751-0477, •

Yelp Review: 4.5 Stars

Best Plates:
~Grape-Leaf Platter
~Eggplant Platter (4 Eggplant Slices)
~Mama’s Platter 8 Falafel Balls

This place is well known for having “the best falafels in Philadelphia.” If you’ve talked to locals that have eaten here, chances are they won’t stop raving about the falafels and wonderful vegetarian options. Uwushunu says it “brings you a very authentic falafel with their own unique flavor to it.”

2. SU Xing House

1508 Sansom St, Philadelphia, PA 19102 •  (215)
Yelp Review: 4 Star Review
Best Plates:
~Spring Roll
~Sesame Seitan
~Sesame Tofu

The SU Xing house provides a blend of Chinese and Kosher food. Regulars sometimes refer to it as a vegetarian paradise. Even more, it’s listed as a top 5 spot by Google, Yelp, and Trip Advisor. In a laid back environment, the SU Xing is fairly inexpensive and allows customers to BYOB!

                     Credit: Thrillist

3. Judah Mediterranean Grill

9311 Krewstown Rd, Philadelphia, PA 19115, •  (215) 613-6110,•

Yelp Reviews: 4 stars
Best Plates:
~Shawarma ((Served with PIta & Two Sides)
~Mediterranean Platter (Shawarma, Hummus, Falafel, & Israeli Salad Served with one pita)
~Baby Chicken (Served with Pita & Two Sides)
Side Options: French Fries, Rice, Salad, Coleslaw, Beet Salad, (substitute one of your sides for Hummus)

This quaint little dining space offers “homemade, internationally inspired dishes” (Judah Grill). If you’re looking for a great place to go for lunch with friendly service this may be the most ideal kosher restaurant. Customers love to revisit this place and above all, considered their favorite Kosher restaurant.

                     Credit: Trip Advisor

4. Hey Hummus

2101 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19103 • (267) 606-6942
Yelp Review: 4 Stars
Best Plates:
~The Bowl (Hummus with tahini herbs and spices and olive oil)
~Chicken Shawarma (Hummus with tahini, herbs and spices, olive oil and topped with chicken shawarma)
~Beef (Hummus with ground beef, allspice, apricot, pine nuts)

Of course, you’re likely to hear all about the hummus hint the name. This authentic kosher restaurant has hummus made with all natural ingredients. Referenced by Yeah That’s Kosher and Jewish Philly, their menu provides quality meat and vegetarian dishes.

                Credit: Hey Hummus

5. Goldie

1526 Sansom St, Philadelphia, PA 19102 •  (267) 239-0777 •
Yelp Review: 4.5 Stars
Best Plates:
~Falafel Sandwich (Tehina, Israeli Salad, Cabbage)
~Falafel Salad (Baby Kale, Cabbage, Carrot, Beets, Cucumber, Fresh Herbs, Tehina, Za’atar, Sunflower Seeds)
~Tehina Shakes (Original // Turkish Coffee // Mint Chocolate // Banana)

If you’re someone that likes a small number of primitive options to choose from Goldie is the place for you. This small cafe setting may be hard to find a seat but offers takeout and catering.Most noteworthy, the restaurant has references from Philly Eater,, Billy Benn, and Philly magazine. It’s fame claims to be one of many kosher restaurants you won’t want to pass up.

        Credit: Philly Mag

6. Zaydee’s Kosher Deli

1441 W Norris St, Philadelphia, PA 19121  •  (215) 777-9797, •

Yelp Review: 5 Stars

Best Plates:

~Turkey Pastrami Sandwich

~Egg Salad Sandwich

~Kosher Turkey Pastrami Platter.

If you happen to be a student or local near Hillel at Temple University, you might have heard of Zaydee’s. They include some of the best Kosher sandwiches and you can even customize your order!

                    Credit: Temple Hillel

7. Miss Rachel’s Pantry

1938 S Chadwick St, Philadelphia, PA 19145 •  (215)

Yelp Review: 5 Stars

Best Plates:
~Sweet potato knishes with caramelized onions and crispy sage
~Shiitake mushroom dumpling soup with spicy basil-lemongrass broth;
~Cobb salad with romaine, cherry tomatoes,

If you’re looking to have a special event for a family gathering, be sure to check out Miss Rachel’s Pantry. Several events are hosted here including menus for brunch, shower, cocktail, and weddings. Even more, live music is also included on special occasions! This party environment is featured in “Philadelphia’s Best for Group Dining” article on Zagat.

              Credit: Miss Rachel’s Pantry

If you happen to check out some of these incredible restaurants in Philadelphia, give us some feedback on the Kosher meal you tried.. Maybe you’re located in another city? Check out more blogs about the best Israeli and Kosher restaurants near you!


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