By COLlive reporter
Photos: Shmuel Amit/COLlive
The popular meat eateries in Crown Heights have been combined and will be reopening next week to offer a more upscale experience for the kosher customer.
Food entrepreneur Yossi Gershowitz has briefly closed his two neighboring restaurants on Kingston Avenue, Prime Sandwich and Prime Wok, and is now reopening them as “Prime Avenue.”
The newly renovated restaurant seats 90 people in total. The front area for casual dining with a view of the neighborhood can seat 40 people. The back can seat 50 and will have waiter service after the Tishrei month.
While rebranded, the new restaurant will continue serving both menus of the previous eateries which included Israeli Mediterranean and Chinese food. Gershowitz said there will be additions to the menu.
One of the new additions to the restaurant is a bakery section, which will prepare freshly baked bread and pitas on the premises.
The state of the art, gleaming new kitchen will by run by a team of new chefs, who will prepare dishes such as grilled chicken, shwarma or lamb skewers, burgers, a variety of sandwiches and salads.
They will also serve up the popular Chinese dishes such as egg rolls, lo mein, and chicken and beef delicacies. The new restaurant kitchen will also do catering for large events.
377 Kingston Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11213
Kashrus: Crown Heights Kosher (CHK)