Canadian inspired restaurant specializing in authentic Montreal Smoke Meat sandwiches and Quebecois Poutine, along with a menu of delicious salads, sides, and local craft brews.
Restaurants & TakeoutSome of the following offer kosher food. Please check with the facility to be sure it meets kashrut requirements.
Fresh pita, falafel, salads and sauces make for mouth-watering pita sandwiches and platters. Dine in/take out for lunch and dinner; catering available. Kosher under supervision of East Bay Kosher.
Wide variety of ethnic, exotic homemade dishes. Cholent/hamin on Sunday. Grilled fish. Catering for all occasions. Israeli breakfast includes shakshoukah, challah French toast, sambosak,smoked white fish. Delivery through Caviar.
North Berkeley deli since 1986, offering Jewish cuisine for California palates, with an emphasis on fresh, seasonal food. Open daily, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. except Thanksgiving and Yom Kippur.
Quick-stop restaurant serving authentic Middle-Eastern falafel as it is served throughout the Middle-East. Fresh pita bread daily.
Serving breakfast, lunch or snack in the Oshman Family JCC's Jessica Lynn Saal Town Square. Assortment of goodies, from bagel sandwiches and hot pastrami to pastries. M-F 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Specializing in Israeli and Middle Eastern favorites, including falafel, pita sandwiches, grilled entrees and salads. Offers catering for events and deliveries, with a minimum charge of $250.
Since 1952, this delicatessen opposite the Geary and Curran theaters specializes in Eastern European fare, including appetizers, deli sandwiches, soups and desserts.
Fresh pita, falafel and all of the salads and sauces make for mouth-watering pita sandwiches and platters. Dine in for lunch and dinner or take out; catering available.
An encounter between New York deli and California fusion, offering Reuben, corned beef and pastrami sandwiches as well as Chinese chicken salad. Multiple locations. Please check website.
“Top 10 American Restaurants in the U.S.” by Gayot Guide; recipient of Wine Spectator’s "Best Of Award of Excellence." Farm-to-table culinary precision and impeccable service since 1993.
Sababa (thumbs up) is the experience when you bite into a falafel sandwich loaded with unique and delicious salads, pickles and sauces. Delicious pita sandwiches for the mainstream.
Israeli-Middle Eastern, glatt kosher restaurant with a mashgiach temidi. Breakfast, lunch and dinner; catering and takeout. Supervision of Vaad Hakashrus of Northern California. Special food for Shabbat.
Open seven days on 24th Street for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at the Ferry Building Farmers' Market. Everyday for lunch at the Contemporary Jewish Museum.