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amother
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Post Wed, Jul 10 2024, 1:09 am
Any place or even supermarket with good hasgacha.
Eida hacharedis, Rubin, Landau, machpud
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amother
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Post Wed, Jul 10 2024, 1:14 am
There's a Supersol right up the block toward King George.
There's really no such thing as a Supermarket with a Hashgacha. You just need to check each item.

Are you looking for nearby restaurants?
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banana123




 
 
    
 

Post Wed, Jul 10 2024, 1:24 am
If you are the OP from the other Waldor Astoria thread, is there a reason you're set davka on that? I have heard good things about Prima on Haneviim, and it is mehadrin, unlike Waldorf.
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amother
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Post Wed, Jul 10 2024, 1:43 am
You'll have to walk a bit into shaarei chessed for good hechsherim. It's not a long walk, but it's not around the corner. Maybe 15 minutes? Or take cabs.
There's also Rimon in the mamilla mall right there, if you'll eat rabbanut mehadrin.
Do you have people who live to ask for you? There are several restaurants that are rabbanut mehadrin, but the yeshiva guys know the mashgichim and know which ones are reliable.
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amother
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Post Wed, Jul 10 2024, 1:48 am
There's a new meat restaurant in the David Citadel that's Rubin. But it's pricey.
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salt




 
 
    
 

Post Wed, Jul 10 2024, 1:53 am
banana123 wrote:
If you are the OP from the other Waldor Astoria thread, is there a reason you're set davka on that? I have heard good things about Prima on Haneviim, and it is mehadrin, unlike Waldorf.


Right is seems a waste to pay for the Waldorf and have to eat elsewhere.
Unless you are there for a particular reason of course.
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amother
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Post Wed, Jul 10 2024, 2:00 am
banana123 wrote:
If you are the OP from the other Waldor Astoria thread, is there a reason you're set davka on that? I have heard good things about Prima on Haneviim, and it is mehadrin, unlike Waldorf.


I heard good things about Yirmiyahu 33 also and it's Badatz Eidah
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Elfrida




 
 
    
 

Post Wed, Jul 10 2024, 2:04 am
amother Powderblue wrote:
There's a Supersol right up the block toward King George.
There's really no such thing as a Supermarket with a Hashgacha. You just need to check each item.


Except for fruits and vegetables. There should be a certificate displayed by the produce section. If you can't see it, ask someone who works there to show it to you.

Normally the more chareidi areas will have Badatz, and other areas will have less strict hashgachas.

Other than produce, you need to check each item, but generally speaking, the more chareidi neighbourhoods will have a higher proportion of items with Badatz or similar hashgachas. You can't count on the neighbourhood as a hashgacha, though. You still need to check each item.

Some companies will have their regular production with one hashgacha, and every so often do a special run with a more chareidi hashgacha. So don't even count on something that was fine when you bought last week in a different shop. Always check.
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