HEALTHY AND DELICIOUS. The kabobs are served on a platter with rice, Israeli salad and tzatziki sauce. “This was by far the best Mediterranean food I have ever had. The food... hit all the right spots,” said Ally Zimmerman, 11. (Henry Loeb)
HEALTHY AND DELICIOUS. The kabobs are served on a platter with rice, Israeli salad and tzatziki sauce. “This was by far the best Mediterranean food I have ever had. The food... hit all the right spots,” said Ally Zimmerman, 11.

Henry Loeb

Kinneret Grill Review

February 4, 2019

This week we chose to eat dinner at Kinneret Grill, a Mediterranean restaurant located in Deer Park near their High School.

Kinneret Grill is a kosher middle eastern restaurant. They are open six days a week being closed on Saturday for the Jewish Sabbath. This is certainly not a great option for you if you do not eat kosher as kosher meat is more expensive than non-kosher meat.

The atmosphere is bright and homey. Brightly painted walls and modern artwork makes for a nice place to eat.

I started off my meal with a glass of unsweetened iced tea as I browsed the menu for my meal.

I ended up choosing the “Kufta Kabob Plate,” a delicious platter of beef and lamb kabobs as well as Israeli salad and Mediterranean rice. The meat was juicy, the Israeli salad tasted freshly grown and the rice was cooked to perfection.

“The food took a long time but when I got my food it made up for the wait”, said Ally Zimmerman, 11.

There was never a time that I was left wanting something. The server was very attentive.

“Kinneret Grill is a great option for middle eastern food”, said Tristen Campbell, 11.

 I would rate this restaurant a solid 9 out of 10.

 

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