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  |  July 17, 2019

    Shluchim Open Kosher Food Truck

    There's a new food truck driving around Downtown Brooklyn and it's actually kosher - thanks to Shluchim Eliyahu and Shaindy Raskin. Full Story, Photos

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    Wow, great idea, Hatzlacha Rabba!
    Guest
    Wow, great idea, Hatzlacha Rabba!

    It’s terrific to know that there’s hope for refreshment, whenever I might happen to be in the area. Previously I would have to bring an energy bar, or fast until I got home. I’m thrilled about this!

    great
    Guest
    great

    it’ll bring out the hidden jews, plenty of non jews eat kosher too, they feel it’s more trustworthy, spread the spark of 7 laws of noach, too

    I have used it often
    Guest
    I have used it often

    Great place great service and great food.

    Much Success
    Guest
    Much Success

    To you two on this new endeavor. B”H this model has proven to be successful with the Shluchim to GWU.

    Besuros Tovos.

    great idea
    Guest
    great idea

    So hard to.find kosher food over there and plus a great place to chop arein mivtzoim! !!! Bracha vhatzlacha! !!

    Love it !
    Guest
    Love it !

    That’s a great idea . My husband doing Business in this Area he will be very happy to come grab a 🍔 🍔🍔🍔.

    Genius idea!
    Guest
    Genius idea!

    I think this will be a great success… fabulous idea! Especially the healthier twist.

    ch resident
    Guest
    ch resident

    hatzlocha rabba.
    good luck
    BUT BACON
    “Beef Bacon, A seasonal mix of root vegetables sliced into chip sticks, Caramelized Onions, Aioli “

    Great food! Great People!
    Guest
    Great food! Great People!

    Delicious and so convenient!

    What's wrong with beef bacon?
    Guest
    What's wrong with beef bacon?
    Vegan bun?
    Guest
    Vegan bun?

    Nobody who eats meat or fish cares that the bun is vegan, so why make note of it?

    Big Z Schapiro
    Guest
    Big Z Schapiro

    Excellent idea keep up the good work keep up the spirit keep on smiling keep on dancing and let’s go eat haha

    Menu interesting but looks like white buns
    Guest
    Menu interesting but looks like white buns

    Maybe an artisinal bun would go over better?

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    Half the kosher restaurant sell ‘bacon’ don’t worry buddy

    Shimonshak
    Guest
    Shimonshak

    Why such a weird hechsher? Also there are many spelling mistakes on the kashrus certificate.

    Allergy free
    Guest
    Allergy free

    I love that the buns have no seseme seeds! Very welcoming to allergic customers!
    Thank you!

    They use pretzilla buns
    Guest
    They use pretzilla buns

    I think they got the idea of pretzel buns (which have lots of chemicals and preservatives) from Dean street cafe.

    the best burgers i ever tasted
    Guest
    the best burgers i ever tasted

    I tried it a few times they were so good. so exciting to see kosher in the area!
    Hatzlacha!

    We need this in CH
    Guest
    We need this in CH

    We need one on Kingston Ave

    Spelling!!
    Guest
    Spelling!!

    Vegetables are checked in “occurrence to halacha?!”

    the word bacon
    Guest
    the word bacon

    even if fake
    should have no place in kosher food

    #17 pretzel buns are all over the place
    Guest
    #17 pretzel buns are all over the place

    They’ve been popular for nearly ten years now. The idea did not come from Dean St Cafe or anywhere in NYC. I believe it may have started, or at least been introduced to the kosher world, by Got Kosher, in LA.

    Yehosua Raskin ( yahoos brother)
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    Yehosua Raskin ( yahoos brother)

    The best Berger place ever you gotta check it out!!!

    amazing !!!
    Guest
    amazing !!!

    Much Hotzlacha!!!

    Q. about the meat
    Guest
    Q. about the meat

    Does the meat have a LUBAVITCH Hechsher?

    If not, what is the exact hechsher (or hechshers; may be more than one, depending on the menu item) for the meat?

    (The certificate only says that the meat has “Chasidishe” shechitah.)

    Hours
    Guest
    Hours

    Why are the winter hours longer than the summer hours?

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    because in the winter there are students in the schools, however in the summer there are only those who work in the area… spell check that teudah please

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