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Scottish Kosher Restaurant Ready For Games

Wednesday, 30 April, 2014 - 11:23 am

games.jpgWith Commonwealth Games to be held in Glasgow Scotland in less than three months time L’Chaim’s is gearing itself for a large influx of summer tourists and games spectators. 

L’Chaim’s Restaurant an activity of Lubavitch of Scotland has almost completed its Eighth year. It’s Director’s Rabbi Chaim and Sora Jacobs are very proud of it’s achievements.

With Commonwealth Games to be held in Glasgow Scotland in less than three months time L’Chaim’s is gearing itself for a large influx of summer tourists and games spectators. The Games will be held from 23 July — 3 August 2014.

L’Chaim’s-Lubavitch Restaurant is the recommended Kosher Restaurant and Kosher food supplier during the games and is the ONLY Kosher Eatery currently open in Scotland.

koshrest1.jpg“The restaurant has passed all expectations” said Rabbi Jacobs, we are bursting by the seams and really need larger premises especially a larger kitchen. We have welcomed thousands of people to the restaurant and Lunchtime Cafe from all standards of Jewish observance and from all parts of the world. Because we want everyone to come and enjoy a kosher meal we have set up the restaurant as a gourmet ‘fine dining’ establishment where attention is given by restaurant manager Sora Jacobs, the chefs and staff to every detail and at the same time keep meal prices as economical as possible.

This will enable everyone to visit the restaurant and make it an experience to remember. The success of the restaurant is due to the very hard working shlucha Sora Jacobs along with her dedicated chefs and waiting staff. ‘I just love seeing Jewish people coming together and enjoying a kosher meal,’ said Sora.

By public demand the restaurant activities have been expanded to include a Lunchtime Café three days a week, L’Chaim’s Kosher Catering department which caters large weddings, Bar Mitzvahs and other events, a Kosher Wine Shop selling over 25 types of Kosher Wine and a department helping people visiting Scotland plan their trip especially to Whiskey Distilleries, Golf Courses and places of general interest.

When you walk into L’Chaim’s Restaurant you are invited to dine in one of the two candle-lit dining rooms each with their own decorative ambiance.

koshrest.jpgOnce seated, freshly baked French Baguettes are brought to your table and the experience of first class cuisine in trendy surroundings begins. Tables are covered in burgundy and cream cloths and all meals are served  on modern square plates along with Kings cutlery and crystal glasses.

Recently new items have been added to the choice menu to include Traditional Chicken Soup and Knaydels (Matza Balls), Roast Beef, Chicken Wings in Barbeque Sauce, Stuffed Peppers, and calorie free desserts Crumble with Parev Custard and Hot Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Sauce.

L'Chaim's has a wine licence and you can experience a choice of 20 popular Kosher wines. 

koshrest2.jpgL’Chaim’s elegant setting and smart decor is ideal for a relaxing night out, professional lunches, business meetings, family parties whatever the occasion such as a Birthday, Special Birthday, an Engagement, an Ofruf lunch, Barmitzvah, Bat Mitzvah, Sheva Brochois, a Bris and a reception following a stone setting. With meal prices to suit every pocket, the restaurant is veggie and children friendly.

L'Chaim's is a first class restaurant which happens to be Kosher.

For further information please call the restaurant manager Mrs Sora Jacobs for a friendly chat to find out about menus, prices and help in organising your special occasion.

 

For More Information, Please Follow The Links Below:

http://www.lchaimsrestaurant.co.uk/

http://www.lubofscot.co.uk/

 

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