Goldstein's Restaurant

Goldstein’s was a kosher restaurant located in Bloomfield Street in the City of London, London, England, in the late nineteenth century. In Dinners and Diners (1899), Nathaniel Newnham-Davis is initially skeptical about the restaurant but enjoys the many dishes despite protesting that “an ordinary man should be allowed a week in which to eat it” (258, Google Books). The menu included foods such as “fimsell,” “kugel,” and “apple staffen.”


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