“When my mom died, my wife Kitty’s parents, Chef Po Fai and Anna Lam, came to stay with us. During the entire shiva (mourning) period, Po Fai and Anna prepared all of their recipes, but converted them to be kosher; resulting in Kosher Chinglish.”
– Ken Heck, Partner
“Keeping Kosher” as it is commonly referred to is a rather complex way of preparing food to abide by strict dietary guidelines. It means higher quality meats and ingredients, prepared in an exceptionally sanitary way. While the inception of “Kosher” preparation has its roots in Jewish religious practice, all people benefit from the extra steps taken. The flavors, consistency, and purity of the food at Kosher Chinglish will astound you. It is your favorite dishes from Chinglish Cantonese Wine Bar with a Kosher twist. We also feature unique dishes that are not available at Chinglish Cantonese Wine Bar.
Kosher Chinglish is a fast casual restaurant, meaning you can walk up, place your order and have great tasting, hot, made-to-order food in your hands fast.