12 Best Kosher Restaurants in Metro Detroit
Story by Lindsay Whitman Drewes
Metro Detroit has a variety of Kosher offerings. You can expect everything from carry-out sandwiches to sit-down elegance.
Chinese, sushi, steak, bagels, and more are in Metro Detroit’s certified-kosher restaurants. Here is a list of Detroit’s top 12 places for kosher eats.
Jerusalem Pizza and Bagel
26025 Greenfield Rd, Southfield, MI 48076
Jerusalem Pizza is known for great pizza, bagels, and sushi. They offer all kosher plus vegetarian options. Jerusalem Pizza is known for creative specialty pies like seafood, cashew chicken, and falafel.
Jerusalem Pizza and Bagel, @asliceofhumblepie
25270 Greenfield Rd, Oak Park, MI 48237
Kravings is a kosher deli that also has sushi, burgers, and more. Some favorites include Spicy Schnitzel Sandwich, The Chazel, and The Rueben.
5586 Drake Rd, West Bloomfield Township, MI 48322
Soul Cafe has a chic industrial interior and outdoor patio. They offer gourmet sandwiches, soups, salads, pizzas, and pasta. You can order breakfast all day, and there are gluten-free and vegetarian options. Try Shakshuka, Smoked Fish Plate, Ancient Grain Salad, or Ricotta Blueberry Pizza.
Soul Cafe is one of Friendship Circle’s Soul Projects, which offers employment opportunities to adults with special needs.
Soul Cafe, @billywhitehouse
15600 W 10 Mile Rd, Southfield, MI 48075
Prime 10 is Detroit’s answer for upscale casual kosher dining. This steak house offers elegant fare from around the world. Of course, the steaks are incredible but try the Honey Terriyaki Salmon Bites, Fattoush, Brisket Burger, or Vegetable Wrap.
Wok In Cari Out
15600 W 10 Mile Rd, Southfield, MI 48075
Known as Metro Detroit’s first Kosher Chinese Take Out, Wok In Cari Out has a large selection of Kosher Asian dishes. You can expect all the traditional Chinese fare like Beef Chop Suey, Beef with Broccoli, General Tsos Chicken, and Orange Chicken. They also offer various vegetarian options such as Mongolian Tofu and Moo Shu Vegetable.
26031 Coolidge Hwy, Oak Park, MI 48237
Star Bakery is touted as the “Midwest’s Oldest and Best Jewish Bakery.” They’ve been serving the Detroit area since 1915. This is your stop for Babkas, Mandel Bread, Rugelach, hand-made rye bread, and more.
Photo Courtesy of Star Bakery on Facebook
Rita’s of Farmington Hills
25836 Middlebelt Rd, Farmington Hills, MI 48336
Rita’s of Farmington Hills is a kosher-certified eatery specializing in frozen custard and Italian Ice.
The Grove Detroit – Pizza Stop
15600 W 10 Mile Road, Southfield, MI 48075
The Grove is a kosher grocery store with a Pizza Stop and bakery inside. It’s the perfect place to pick up a quick kosher dinner.
25258 Greenfield Rd, Oak Park, MI 48237
Zeman’s Bakery is a delish stop for kosher breads and pastries. Favorites include Salt Stick, Fruit Danish, Chocolate Ring, and Hamentashen.
Photo Courtesy of Zeman’s Bakery on Facebook
Chazzano Coffee Roasters
1737 E 9 Mile Rd, Ferndale, MI 48220
Chazzano Coffee Roasters offers hot and cold brew coffee from around the world. Fresh roasted, organic, kosher beans are the first step to a great cup of coffee. Grab a latte to go or sit with a friend and enjoy a french press or a pour-over. Want to brew your’s at home? Take home a bag of freshly roasted beans for a great brew any time.
25170 Greenfield Road Oak Park, MI 4823
A great stop for breakfast, Dunkin’ Donuts offers kosher options for donuts, coffee, sandwiches, and more.
Spreads Bagels & Cafe
15600 W 10 Mile Rd Unit 9, Southfield, MI 48075
Spreads Bagels & Cafe offers bagels, paninis, soups, salads, pastries, and ice cream. Try the Bagel with Tuna Salad, Spanish Omelet, Pizza Bagel, Greek Salad, Deluxe Grilled Cheese, or Cherry Turnover.
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