Exploring The Kosher Restaurants of Las Vegas II: Jerusalem Grill
The second kosher restaurant we visited on our recent trip to Las Vegas was Jerusalem Grill. We had to go to Jerusalem Grill – we eat there every time we visit Las Vegas, because we greatly enjoy their food. With kosher supervision provided by Chabad of Southern Nevada, Jerusalem Grill is also located not too far from the Vegas Strip (it’s down the road from the Palms).
We started off with something that I highly recommend there: the falafel and hummus plate – the crispiness of the falafel accompanied by the deliciousness of their hummus is fantastic!
We then got our entrees. Now, I used to order the shawarma laffa, which was great, since one could eat half of it in the restaurant and save the second half of it for eating later, when one gets hungry at night. However, within the last year or so, the management changed their availability of getting laffa wraps or pita pockets, requiring that one can only get such items after 5pm either by ordering them for take-out or at the counter, but not at their tables, which is unfortunate. Although the last time we visited, my wife and I sat at the counter and I got a shawarma laffa for dinner, but this time, with our children, we could not sit at the counter. I do not know why they no longer offer these options for dinner at tables anymore.
So, I got the shawarma plate, accompanied by french fries and Israeli salad, which was good. They have good french fries and the shawarma is yummy. If you want some shug, you can request some on the side to add some spice 🙂
My wife ordered the pargiyot plate, which she enjoyed.
For our daughters, we ordered chicken nuggets and french fries, which were good, but they were not so interested in eating the chicken nuggets, as they were busy enjoying the yummy bread that was served to accompany our hummus.
Jerusalem Grill is my favorite kosher restaurant to visit and the hummus is always really yummy. Also, it’s not that far from the Vegas Strip, so it’s one of the more convenient kosher restaurants to reach [by car].