Food was good. Solid spot for casual kosher pizza with the family. Sushi was good too. Fries are hit or miss.
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MY wife and I always feel conflicted about certified kosher restaurants. They are often mediocre and lacking in ambiance. On the other hand, for people who observe the Jewish dietary laws, they are a necessity. I had fish and chips and Cafe Eilat. It was...More
With the closing of Rubin's restaurant, this seemed like a reasonable option based on the menu choices. Regrettably, the advertised menu did not live up to its promise. Food was barely adequate. No substitutions were allowed. The restaurant was noisy with no control exercised over...More
This restaurant is pricey; the pizza is okay. It's the only kosher pizza store around so there is absolutely no competition. They've added sushi recently, which is nice, and they also redid their decor a bit.
Wonderful kosher pizza and other fast food restaurant. It seems that whenever I visit my daughter in Boston, we eat at least 3 or 4 meals at Cafe Eilat. I have had pizza, salads, fried fish, and sushi there over the many years I have...More
I thought this was a restaurant. It's a pizza store that has Pizza, Pasta and other dishes. Store is large. Pizza was average.
Selection of food was great, service nice - place was friendly and the food was good. Roomy if you ave kids - they serve Pizza, meditteranian dishes, as well as the usual entres. WOuld go back again
This place is Okay for pizza but not recommended for anything else. The salads are nothing but iceberg lettuce, the fish is tiny, overpriced, and poorly cooked, and the pasta is slopped on the plate with unrecognizable sauce (we ordered penne ala vodka and got...More
Cafe Eilat's food is ok for an out-of-town kosher pizza shop. They do have sushi which I've been told is pretty good. If you want pizza, you will get better and fresher pizza by ordering a whole pie instead of getting slices.
It's a great non meat Kosher place. The price is fair for Kosher food, the pizza is good, and it's a great solution for a big crowd with Kosher restrictions