Kosher in Prague


Old Jan 7, 19, 8:11 am
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Kosher in Prague

Travelling to Prague over Shabbat. Various options for meals in restaurants, but heard some rumours about the kashrus of some of them...

Any recommendations?

Also, best shul for an Ashkenazi?? Presumably it would be most appropriate to go to the AltNeu?

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Old Jan 8, 19, 10:25 pm
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The Altneu is really the only show in town unless a person is a Lubov or Sefradi.

Per restaurants I always thought it was a matter of money rather then kashrus, that is unless you speak to Chabad then theres only 1 show ever in town , theirs. which place are you interested in and not sure about the kashrus? the only place I can think of which might have a problem is Dinitz, where at least when I was there some time ago, the kashrus was based on a Rabbi in Iisrael rather then a local person (not sure if thats still the case) King Solomon and I believe King David (hotel with a restaurant) uses the Rav from Vienna
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Old Jan 10, 19, 6:14 pm
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The Chabad restaurant round the corner from the Altenui has a good hechsher. I have eaten there with someone who in the UK would only eat Kedassia meat.
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Old Jan 12, 19, 11:36 am
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Thanks both.
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