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St-Jakobs-Platz 18 · interesting places nearby
Reflected in the plate-glass windows of the Jewish Museum, this is the only kosher eatery in the city centre. The ID and bag search entry process is worth it for the restaurant's uncluttered lines, smartly laid tables and soothing ambience.