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King Solomon Glatt Kosher Restaurant & Catering

  • SW User Rating 0 ratings 1 reviews

1787 Coney Island Avenue (Coney Island Ave. between Ave. N & Ave. O), Brooklyn, NY 11230 | (718) 975-7676

King Solomon Glatt Kosher Restaurant & Catering Reviews

User rating

First time ordering from here was a huge hit. We had the smoked butter fish, which was really nicely done and grilled sea bass kabob, which was good and had a distinct grilled flavor to it. The Ukrainian borscht was fabulous, has a lot more vegetables than the customary borscht served in Ashkenazi homes, with a healthy dose of cilantro. The prices were a little more than expected, but the quality of the food was well worth it.

Written by on 2/2/2014 | 4 other reviews | Member since 2013
Carrie ordered from here over a year ago


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