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  |  July 16, 2019

    ‘Alenbi’ Redefines Israeli, High-end

    New in Crown Heights: Yuda Schlass of Hassid+Hipster and Israeli chef Elior Balbul are opening their trendy Alenbi restaurant. Full Story

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    great!!
    Guest
    great!!

    when are you opening? Would it be possible to have Sheva Brochos there?

    RESIDENT - PLEASE TAKE A MINUTE TO READ THIS
    Guest
    RESIDENT - PLEASE TAKE A MINUTE TO READ THIS

    WHERE are we heading ?
    WE eat with GOYIM and RENT to goyim ?
    Who are we letting to influence our kids??
    PLEASE keep a kosher envirnonment

    Finally
    Guest
    Finally

    Because every time I come to Crown Heights I starve, there is absolutely nothing or nowhere to eat ,O:-)

    very cool
    Guest
    very cool

    Fresh original concepts, looking forward to trying it out when I come in to NY. Hatzlacha Rabba!

    decor
    Guest
    decor

    very nice decor. it has a warm and inviting feel. i’m definitely coming!

    Yankel
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    Yankel

    Best of luck looks amazing will see you soon

    Amazing can't wait too try it out best of luck.
    Guest
    Amazing can't wait too try it out best of luck.
    Wow!
    Guest
    Wow!

    I am so impressed! This looks like an upscale mainstream restaurant. THere is nothing kosher of this caliber. Would love to stage with this chef!

    ???
    Guest
    ???

    What about the price

    Joshua
    Guest
    Joshua

    BS”D what does stage with the chef mean # 8 tx

    Interesting
    Guest
    Interesting

    Taking a chef that worked for Meir Adoni and opening a kosher version of Nur.

    At least it’s a first in the kosher world and not another steak house.

    ANTICIPATION
    Guest
    ANTICIPATION

    It’s about time. Crown Heights deserves the best, and this looks like it’s just what we need. Can’t wait!! Hatzlocha Rabbah.

    WOW Definitely not the Cauldron !!
    Guest
    WOW Definitely not the Cauldron !!

    Hatzlacha Rabba !! You definitely poured your heart into every detail – I’m sure the food will reflect that. My tefilla is that you can pack everything up NOW and bring it right back to Jerusalem for Sunday’s opening !!!

    Nostrand
    Guest
    Nostrand

    First Jewish store and first upscale store on nostrand – thank you for raising the level of this street.

     Wow wow wow
    Guest
    Wow wow wow

    Enuff said!!

    Good luck Yuda!!!! Looks AMAZING!
    Guest
    Good luck Yuda!!!! Looks AMAZING!
    Hatzlocha
    Guest
    Hatzlocha

    Hatzlocha

    LOOKING FORWARD!
    Guest
    LOOKING FORWARD!

    Excited, these two chefs are amazing, I’m sure they’ll be serving delicious original dishes.
    Much hatzlacha

    it's a big deal
    Guest
    it's a big deal

    So many Jewish people see what’s out there in the non-kosher world and it bothers them. Some give in. Some have even asked ME “come on, you love food. You mean you didn’t cheat even once?” It is so important that we have the best authentic food so that more Jews will keep kosher.

    Good Hechscher
    Guest
    Good Hechscher

    That makes a difference.

    Amazing! Crown Heights is growing!
    Guest
    Amazing! Crown Heights is growing!

    So happy for everyone, but before let’s think a min what we won’t the Rebbes Shchuna to look like? What do we want our kids to know?
    The name of the restaurant can be more jewish and educational.
    As well I don’t think a desert by name sesame street feets in our standards.
    I’m not coming to criticize or anything alike, just wanna help think together how to make crown heights be the Rebbes Shchuna.
    ולא באתי אלא להעיר

    Elchonon Hellinger to #2
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    Elchonon Hellinger to #2

    While I understand your thoughts and concerns, the yetzer harah doesn’t function that way. I just tonight flew from Boston to Miami, you know I could have gone to amex centurion lounge and eaten food, probably amazing food, free! And drank awesome wine.. Free! Instead I uberd home and grabbed a bottle of phenomenal kosher Spanish wine, popped it and had a late dinner. Chasidus (while not my approach or agenda) can go both ways, doesn’t chasidus say “vos men tor nisht, tor men nisht… Un vos men tor, darf men nisht” or similar. How do you know what we… Read more »

    Good luck
    Guest
    Good luck

    Much hatzlocho to juda and his team … can’t wait to try it all out

    Hechsher?
    Guest
    Hechsher?

    This place looks amazing!!
    But I need to know the hechsher before trying it our.

    from Miami
    Guest
    from Miami

    so excited. Cant wait to visit. Beautiful design. Best of luck!

    #24
    Guest
    #24

    if you asking its really not for you – just stop with your nonsense comments.
    ESPECIALLY, since it clearly says who the hechsher is with.

    This is amazing news to Jewish Crown Heights!!!!

    Great chef
    Guest
    Great chef

    Elior was the chef in Bluesky in Tel Aviv, he worked under one of the best chefs Meyer Adoni,
    if you ate there you know what he can produce,
    what is bothering anyone?
    it is not on Kingston Avenue,
    they have a good hechsher,
    if you do not like it dont go eat there,
    all this pilpulim about what the rebbe wanted are not for this,
    Grow up.

    kashrus
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    kashrus

    it is under OK

    Geographic correction
    Guest
    Geographic correction

    Allenby bridge is between Israel and Jordan, not Egypt

    Schwartzie
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    Schwartzie

    Is proud and so are the rest of us

    Mazel tov Yuda!!!
    Guest
    Mazel tov Yuda!!!

    Looks amazing can’t wait to try this place!!

    LInk not working
    Guest
    LInk not working

    Your link above, https://www.alenbikitchen.com/, leads to a blank page.

    hatzlacha rabba to the new owners for another wonderful venture that allows more people to eat in the shchuna – as opposed to going elsewhere – for great food!
    Very exciting!

    the name sake
    Guest
    the name sake

    the restaurant is named after the street in Tel-Aviv, and in honor of Field Marshal Edmund Henry Hynman Allenby.

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