Eating Kosher in Berlin

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For those of you who keep kosher, we're happy to provide a list of the various (although not many) places in Berlin that offer kosher meals/food, divided into two sections: “Restaurants and Cafés” and “Kosher Groceries”.

Some general remarks:

1. Kosher Restaurants and cafés


Used to be called “King David", “Milo”, and “Gadya” (same location, different owners)

Address: Münstersche Straße 6, inside the Chabad house

Borough: Wilmersdorf

Nearby sites: No special attractions but the backside of the Ku'damm avenue is not far

Closest train station: U Konstanzer Straße

Phone: +49-30-21913624 or mobile: +49-163-8973028


Our personal remark: Good food, fleischig, for reasonable prices


Address: Belziger Straße 75

Borough: Schöneberg

Nearby sites: The Bavarian quarter, Schöneberg's city hall (where Kennedy held his speech in 1963)

Closest train station: U Rathaus Schöneberg

Phone: +49 177 5034310


Our personal remark: Authentic oriental (sephardi) cuisine, fleischig, inexpensive, good for lunch


Address: Motzstraße 91

Borough: Schönberg

Nearby sites: The Bavarian quarter

Closest train station: U Güntzelstraße

Phone: +49-30-21966922


Our personal remark: Trendy atmosphere, fleischig, Israeli-oriental cuisine


Address: Nürnberger Straße 45A

Borough: Wilmersdorf, close to Schönberg

Nearby sites: The famous KaDeWe department store

Closest train station: U Augsburger Straße

Phone: +49-30-21913624


Our personal remark: Dairy, new owner, a nice variety of Israeli cuisine

Hummus & Friends

Please note: It's open on Shabbat, but they have a certificate that the food is kosher. The restaurant is owned by two partners, one of them is Jewish, the other is not. Halachically, the non-Jewish partner is the one who owns it on Shabbat.

Address: Oranienburger Straße 27

Borough: Mitte

Nearby sites: The so-called "New Synagogue"

Closest train station: S Oranienburger Straße (another option: S Hackescher Markt)

Phone: +49-30-55471454


Our personal remark: This is a subsidiary of a restaurant well known in Tel-Aviv

Beth Cafe

Address: Tucholskystraße 40, in the building of the separatist Jewish community Adass Yisroel

Borough: Mitte

Nearby sites: within the Jewish quarter

Closest train station: S Oranienburger Straße

Phone: +49-30-2813135


Our personal remark: Plain, but does the job if necessary. Dairy. You can also buy a few kosher groceries there. 

Kiez Vegan (Kreuzberg)

Please note: Non-Jewish Owners, therefore open on Shabbat. Not Kosher for Passover. Only their restaurant in Kreuzberg (Körtestr.) has a kosher certificate, NOT the one in Friedrichshain (Warschauer Str.). 

Address: Körtestr. 22

Borough: Kreuzberg

Nearby sites: Fraenkelufer Synagogue 

Closest train station: U Südstern

Phone: +49-176-22781691


Our personal remark: Fresh and healthy vegan food

Unser Café  

Please note: Non-Jewish Owners, therefore open on Shabbat. Bakery products at both locations are certified kosher excluding Passover. They have a list of kosher products at the cafés. 

Address 1: Dänenstraße 14

Borough: Prenzlauer Berg

Nearby sites: Mauerpark

Closest train station: S + U Schönhauser Allee


Address 2: Weisestr. 15

Borough: Neukölln

Nearby sites: KINDL Center for Contemporary Art, Tempelhofer Feld (former airport Tempelhof)

Closest train station: U Boddinstraße 

Phone: +49-30-34394518


Our personal remark: Great Portuguese pastries and fresh bread rolls 

Süßfein  (Ice Cream) 

Please note: Non-Jewish Owners, therefore open on Shabbat. Both locations are certified kosher. 

Address 1: Brunnenstraße 156

Borough: Mitte

Nearby sites: Kahal Adass Jisroel, Berlin Wall Memorial 

Closest train station: U Bernauer Straße


Address 2: Rykestraße 50

Borough: Prenzlauer Berg

Nearby sites: Rykestraße Synagogue, Jewish Cemetery Schönhauser Allee 

Closest train stations: tram M10 Marienburger Straße, U Senefelderplatz


Phone: +49-30-81722521


Our personal remark: Excellent handmade ice cream, dairy and vegan options 


Brammibal’s Donuts

This very popular local vegan Donut Shop and Café with six different locations has recently been certified kosher. Please note that it’s not kosher for Passover, some seasonal donuts might not be kosher, just ask the staff. 


We marked their locations on the map below (yellow). 


Update: Currently Closed. They don't offer kosher food at the moment. 

Please note: The restaurant itself is NOT kosher, but you can pre-order kosher catering there, served in separate dishes

Address: Nürnberger Straße 65, inside the Crowne Plaza hotel

Borough: Schöneberg, close to Charlottenburg

Nearby sites: The famous KaDeWe department store, the Memorial Church, the Ku'damm avenue

Closest train station: U Wittenbergplatz

Phone: +49-30-210070

Website: (scroll down for the information on their kosher service)

Our personal remark: Probably the best solution if you're looking for a good hotel offering kosher meals

Summer Grill at the "Joachimstaler" Synagogue

Update: Currently closed

Address: Joachimstaler Straße 13

Borough: Charlottenburg, West-Berlin

Nearby sites: The Kurfürstendamm

Closest train stations: U Kurfürstendamm, U+S Zoologischer Garten

Phone: +49-30-23619794


Our personal remark: It takes place on weekdays in the summer months, please check with them in advance

Best Oriental

Update: Permanently closed

Address: Wilmersdorfer Str. 70

Smokey Greens 

Update: Permanently closed

Address: Oderberger Str. 41


Update: Permanently closed

Address: Torstraße 159

Best Daily Dishes

Update: Permanently closed

Address: Waitzstraße 11

Lev Tov

Update: Permanently closed

Address: Karlsbader Straße 16

Café Elfenbein

Update: Permanently closed

Address: Kastanienallee 64

The Kosher Classroom

Update: Permanently closed

Address: Auguststraße 11-13, inside the former Jewish school for girls

Café Rado

Update: Permanently closed

Address: Brunnenstraße 26

It's Gabriel

Update: Permanently closed

Address: Fasanenstraße 80, within the old Jewish community center in West-BerlinBorough: Charlottenburg

Blue markers stand for active, red markers for inactive businesses, yellow for Brammibal’s Donuts:

2. Kosher groceries and other stores with kosher articles

Kosher4all  & Balaboosta 

Address: Waitzstr. 13

Borough: Charlottenburg 

Nearby sites: The Kurfürstendamm Avenue

Closest train station: U Adenauerplatz 

Phone: +49-1517-5475742


Our personal remark: Biggest selection of Israeli products in Berlin, good customer service. They now also have a nice kosher bakery.  

Kosher Life

Address 1: Brunnenstraße 31a

Borough: Mitte, next to Prenzlauer Berg

Nearby sites: Berlin Wall Memorial

(Relatively) close train station: U Bernauer Straße

Address 2: Konstanzer Str. 58

Borough: Wilmersdorf

Nearby sites: Chabad House

(Relatively) close train station: U Konstanzer Straße 

Phone: +49-179-6745908


Daily Markt (=German for “Market”)

Please note: This is a small supermarket with many kosher products, but not everything is kosher. Kosher products are labelled as such.

Address: Wilmersdorfer Str. 70

Borough: Charlottenburg

Nearby sites: The Kurfürstendamm avenue, the shopping promenade Wilmersdorfer Straße

Closest train station: U Adenauerplatz

Phone: +49-30-6444-9622 


Kädtler Bakery

Address: Danziger Straße 135

Borough: Prenzlauer Berg

Nearby sites: No main attraction is close, but it's nice to walk the streets of this neighborhood

Closest train stations: none, it's better to take the tram/streetcar M4 from Alexanderplatz

Phone: +49-30-4233233


Kosher Deli

Update: Permanently closed

Address: Goethestraße 61


Update: Permanently closed

Address: Sybelstraße 10


Update: Permanently closed

Address: Passauer Straße 4


Update: Permanently closed, some groceries can be bought at the aforementioned "Beth Cafe" around the corner

Address: Auguststraße 77-78

Le Marché Rado

Update: Permanently closed

Address: Brunnenstraße 26 


This is a chain of Bavarian bakeries from Munich that has quite a few branches in Berlin. Some, though not all of their bread and pastry products are kosher. Check the list here:

We've marked their locations in the map below.

Blue makers stand for active, red markers for inactive businesses.

Green markers stand for branches of Hofpfisterei:

Please note that you can also find some (not many) kosher products in other, not specifically Jewish business, such as the big department stores (KaDeWe, Karstadt, Galeria Kaufhof). In those places, kosher products might not be marked as such on the German labels. If you're doing your Shabbes in Berlin and looking for kosher wine for kiddush, you'll find some in the Ulrich supermarket at the West Berlin train station “Zoologischer Garten". 

You could use the lists of kosher products available in ordinary supermarkets here (in English) and here (in German)

There's also a mobile app "Kosher Scan" that allows you to check the kashrut status of products by scanning their bar codes. It's a crowd sourced project and shows only products that users have already asked about. You can take pictures of the products that aren't in the data base yet and get a notification once the question has been answered by a rabbi. He usually answeres on the same day, sometimes within a few minutes. The app is available for iOS and Android: 

If you have more questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.

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