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Dad is an observant Jew. I am an observant Chowhound. Where can we eat in New York City and both be satisfied?

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Dad is an observant Jew. I am an observant Chowhound. Where can we eat in New York City and both be satisfied?

Mr Taster | Sep 28, 2011 01:36 PM

I'm meeting my Dad for a reunion of sorts at 5th Ave between 47th and 48th.

I really don't care where we go, as long as the restaurant is

1. Kosher (Dad's requirement)
2. Tastes wonderful (my requirement)
3. Is not too expensive (both of our requirements-- let's say under $20 per person).

Any and all suggestions would be most helpful.

I'm particularly partial to less traditional foods... Yemeni melawech could be an interesting thing to share with my dad, who is firmly of the Ashkenazi deli and baked chicken bent.

Having said that, even a great kosher pizza place would be welcome (although my Chowhound research doesn't indicate much hope for this.)

Please, no recommendations for places "that are good for being kosher". I really want to experience a place where the food can stand on its own.

Suggestions for Brooklyn are welcome, but I was hoping to focus on Manhattan.

Thanks!

Mr Taster

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