Once one of a half dozen synagogues and prayer houses in the Jewish Quarter, the Orthodox Synagogue was built in 1913 to a very modern –...
A small bar, popular with a loyal, local crowd who come to play chess, chat and drink craft beer in a casual setting.
Housed upstairs in an old school in the Orthodox Synagogue complex, this eatery is pretty basic, but if you answer to a Higher Authority...
VII Kazinczy utca 31 · interesting places nearby
Carmel Pince information
Carmel, a glatt kosher eatery, offers authentic Ashkenazi specialities such as gefilte fish, matzo-ball soup and a cholent (hearty brisket and bean casserole) that's almost as good as the one Aunt Goldie used to make. Pre-paid Shabbat dinner service is available Friday evening and Saturday lunch.