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Re: Ex-TLV Routes and Flights Discussions Flights TLV-BOM to be reduced by 2 hours as they can overfly Saudi airspace - also opens the way for Air India to fly

February 07, 2018, 06:54:12 AM
Re: London Master Thread
Thank you! That's great.

No problem Found link to butcher, which also stocks groceries, frozen goods etc.

Owned by one of the shuls

March 14, 2018, 06:10:44 PM
Re: Destinations with Shuls/Chabads near Points Hotels Off the top of my head (that i have recently visitted);

Munich - all the chains have hotels in walking distance of main shul, which has paid meals available on Shabbat
Nice - many chain, shabbat at chabad
Milan - Mariott close to many shuls and restaurants, not sure about shabbat meals
Kobe - Crowne Plaza close to shul with meals (and even free accomodation in Shul)
Sydney - all chains have hotels close to shul in the city
Phily city center - all chains have hotels, several shuls have shabbat meals, many kosher veggie places
Basel - not sure what chains are there now (Hilton closed down), but shul is in city centre and has (paid) meals
Miami South Beach - all chains, meals at Chabad South Beach

July 16, 2018, 01:39:37 PM
Kosher food delivery I wanted to recommend the kosher food delivery service from R Mendi/Channa's Place. Website and order form is here.

You need to order and pay online.

Note that they will deliver same day anywhere in the country for a fixed charge of 3000 Yen, approx US$27. I had business meetings in Takayama, which is around 6 hours drive/train from Tokyo - food was shipped same day via refrigerated delivery service, and arrived by 5pm at my hotel (where they were more than happy to microwave it for me).
I have now had 2 deliveries, and have tasted many of the menu items - all are good, especially schnitzel, turkey skewers, chicken sandwiches. They come very well sealed and packaged. I think costs are reasonable, given that Japan is not cheap anyway and it's very hard to get hold of kosher meat. Ran around 2000 Yen/US$18 for meat meal, around 1000 Yen/$9 for a meat sandwich - bit less for tuna/egg. He also does shabbat packages with wine/challot etc etc
I would recommend without hesitation - it makes travelling all over Japan much more fun without needing to worry about food.
Let me know if any questions.

July 28, 2018, 07:26:50 AM
Re: Vienna Master Thread
Are there any cheapish restaurants in Vienna?
The restaurants there are not expensive in general. Bahur Tov is very good and cheap, as is pizza prego and others. Certainly cheaper than US or Israel. Quality also excellent.

February 11, 2019, 03:45:03 PM
Re: Paris Master Thread
I am not sure you'll find a kosher place for breakfast near Gare du Nord, easiest thing to do would be to buy something at a supermarket you can find several kosher product under the Paris Beth Din supervision (non halav Israel) in any supermarket you just need to have the list or know what to look for as they is no kosher sign. Also the Paris Beth Din authorise to buy regular bread (Baguette) in any bakery as long as they are made on premise and not baked in a baking pan.

Then for lunch and dinner depending where you are located and what you prefer meat or dairy I can help.

For lunch you can always use Uber Eats or Deliveroo to get something delivered to an address near you.

For breakfast you could walk/uber to one of the kosher hotels which are fairly close to Gare du Nord, maybe 10 minutes walk? Pretty sure they'd all do breakfast for 10-15 EUR. Last time I checked Hotel Touring, Lebron, Aida Opera (probably nicest). Art Hotel Lafayette which is right opposite Gare du Nord used to have kosher breakfast, not sure if it still does...

April 24, 2019, 05:52:11 AM
Re: Paris Master Thread I would suggest Hotel Aida Opera, breakfast there is EUR 10 for buffet and is reasonable good - baguette, cheese, eggs, cereal, croissant, juice etc.
1 km/0.7 miles from Gare du Nord.

April 24, 2019, 08:36:28 AM