MIDDLE EASTERN SALADS
Carrot Salad -Carrots, parsley, garlic spices Babaganoush-Eggplants, mayo and spices Hummus-Ground Chickpeas Tabouli-Parsley, onions, wheat Eggplant-Cubes of eggplant in red sauce Moroccan Matbucha-Tomatoes and peppers
Egg Rolls-Vegetable fillings Moroccan Cigars-Filo dough filled with ground meat Kubbe -Crushed wheat formed into oval balls stuffed with ground meat
MAIN COURSE ENTREES Baby Lamb Chops
Rib Eye Steak
Beef Shish Kebab
Half of Roasted Chicken
Chicken Shish Kebab
information about Jerusalem Glatt Kosher Restaurant
It’s been over a decade since Jacob and Shoshana Ben-Shitrit started serving the Atlantic City community. And in every one of those 10 years, Jerusalem Glatt Kosher Restaurant has always been able to provide its customers with delicious Middle Eastern specialties. Shomer Shabbat, Atlantic City residents, Jacob and Shoshana wanted to offer their fellow neighbors and visitors a family friendly place where everyone can relax and enjoy. They are the closest glatt kosher restaurant to all area hotels and casinos and delivery is available. For your convenience, catering is available for both on and off premises. Jacob is adamant that all vegetables are to be checked thoroughly. While all salads are made by hand from scratch, all dishes are made to order and prepared on the premises. They offer an array of Israeli and Moroccan salads such as Babaganoush, Tabouli and Moroccan Matbucha as well as many appetizers like Falafel, Moroccan Cigars and Kubbbe.
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The portions are plentiful and the prices are fairly reasonable. With a Middle Eastern and Sephardic style of cooking, Jacob and Shoshana have been in the catering and food business for over 40 years. Much of which was done in Israel, and hence the name of the restaurant. Recommended items include the Baby Chicken in an apricot glaze, Lamb Shank in a dry fruit sauce and Prime Rib in a delectable mushroom wine sauce. If you’re in the mood for fish, they also have a terrific Whole St. Peters fish. All entrees come with your choice of 2 side orders. A children’s menu and homemade daily specials are offered as well. Be sure to end off the meal with a cup of Turkish coffee or Nana tea which goes well with any of their parve and homemade desserts, which are available by the pie.
Wonderful dining experience
Linda Rosenberg Halbkram- 07/19/16
My husband, who is disabled and confined to a wheelchair, and I celebrated our 36th wedding anniversary this past May in Atlantic City. We arranged to have dinner at the Jerusalem Glatt Kosher Restaurant in Ventor, a town adjacent to AC. We called to make a reservation and were told they would be closing at 8:30 that evening. We quickly made our way over to the restaurant, as it was already past 6:30 when we called. Upon arrival we were greeted and seated immediately. After ordering a beautiful dinner, my husband became ill at the table. He proceeded to fall asleep. The owner and manager of the restaurant were completely solicitious and very caring. I finished eating my dinner, which was delicious and very well prepared. They pack up my husband's dinner and helped us to our car. I was very touched by their care and concern. The bill was a little pricey, but the service was fabulous. I meant to write them a thank you - but you can do it for us.
By far the best prepared Shabbat meal I have ever had. July 2013. The people were so friendly and happy and helpful and thorough and concened about our happiness. My family and I felt like We were enjoying a warm home cooked meal but perfectly executed by a five star chef. Jerusalem Glatt Kosher Restaurant made our vacation an amazing experience. The Challah is the best I have ever had. Amazing place. Must try
Jerusalem Glatt Kosher Restaurant
Michael- 04/11/09 The only reason I like this place is they let Chabad hold Shabbos minyan here for many years until Chabad got their own place nearby.
However, they are VERY expensive and the place is beat-up. It needs a new carpet immediately, paint job and all the old scotch tape, notices and chochkalas removed from the cash register area. I don't eat here anymore because of the high prices and I simply wait until I return to Manhattan for a good kosher meal. It's my charcoal backyard grill in Margate/Longport instead.