What The Critics Say


London's best kosher food  - Evening Standard January 2014

Harry Styles is obsessed with all things Jewish, despite not being one of the chosen people. He’s determined to master Hebrew, has tweeted Yiddish phrases, and even wants One Direction to play in Israel. He especially loves kosher food, so here are some of the best places to get kosh nosh. Who knows, you might even spot Styles tucking into a matzo ball

Bevis Marks the restaurant

"A smart establishment where the classics are prepared with a modern touch, like traditional chopped liver served alongside a pear and blueberry compote".

"Gourmet Kosher Spot in the City" -  Zagat 2013

'The stylish presentation, well-executed dishes and inventive desserts make non-Jewish guests unaware of the restrictions of kashrut. An extensive wine list completes the experience: an elegant meal in great surroundings.'  - Time Out Eating & Drinking Guide 2009

The owners continue to pull kosher food into the 21st century in a likeable accessible and desirable fashion. Bevis Marks The Restaurant is a charmer' - Terry Durack, The Independent

'This City venture benefits from a "beautiful and "bizarrely peaceful" location.  The Contemporary kosher food is rarely less than "decent" , and occadionally "exceptional"' - Harden's 2009'

This City "kosher oasis" fills a need with it's "enjoyable" Modern British Fare' - ZAGAT 2009'     

Regularly changing Kosher menus; influences from Mediterranean and Middle East.'- Michelin 2009