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here are plenty of pizza places in Brookline, and several seafood shops. But few restaurants feature both. That’s only one way Café Eilat is unique. It’s also the area’s only kosher pizza shop. Try the thin-crust brick-oven pizza with portabella mushrooms and onions and finish it off with a hot cup of herbal tea. Or if you’re on the go, pick up a Freddie the Fish panini, a generous portion of whitefish fried in a unique batter and served with fresh lettuce and tartar sauce. With a selection of fish and vegetable dishes (including kosher sushi), this bright and spacious family restaurant is the perfect place for observant Jews, vegetarians, and pescatarians alike. Enos
More than 8,000 companies sell 36,000 kosher products worth $3 billion a year. The kosher market is growing at the rate of 11 percent a year, compared to 2 percent for the rest of the food industry.
Sunday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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