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The challah grilled cheese is fantastic. Very good soups too.
Eastern European vegetarian lunch counter. Go for breakfast hash browns, egg and cheese sandwiches on challah, and plenty of Old World charm.
Their Matzo Ball soup is AWESOME! (the only place I know of where you can get vegetarian matzo ball soup). Get it with buttered hallah bread.
The tuna melt is ginormous, tasty, and $7.
Go for the challah grilled cheese and pierogi. PS - this is also the skinniest restaurant in NYC.
Vegitarian matzo ball soup w/ its healthy dose of dill makes your piehole real happy.
Perfect place for a cheap solo lunch. Challah grilled cheese and any of the soups.
This Jewish dairy restaurant remains a paragon of the meatless half of Kosher Jewish cuisine. Sit at the long lunch counter and enjoy cheese-squirting blintzes, egg sandwiches and savory soups.
This place is the best!!! Small groups only, it's tiny. Say hi to Mike behind the grill, he takes the orders, never writes anything down, makes the food and never gets dirty...amazing!!!
Add fried egg to your grilled cheese, life changing
Jewish vegetarian heaven. Soup + stuffed cabbage. Do it.
The sandwiches are made on the amazing challah bread. The mozzarella sandwich is great, make sure you add salt though. Egg sandwich is amazing, tons of dill.
The vegetable soup is very hearty and cheap!
It's like campus eatery in terms of what you order but ten times fresher and people are a hundred times less anal.
An old-school NYC dairy restaurant. Get a bowl of soup with a stack of challah smeared with butter, and just sit at the counter and relax.
Matzo Ball Soup + challah bread to die for. Feeling real hungry get some Mac & cheese
The grilled cheese is deeeeelicious!
They have LOAVES of challah bread (rare) that are PERFECT for homemade french toast!
The fresh smoothies & juices are yummy & only ~$5. Bonus points because they're served in transparent red tumblers. Makes you feel like you're at summer camp!
Try a fresh juice with pear, kiwi, carrot, ginger, kale, parsley and beat. Recipe courtesy of Morgan S-G.
The Cold Borscht is neon pink and amazing, but only available when the weather is warm.
Vegetable soup makes for a deceptively hearty lunch. Also comes with amazing challah.
Best soup in town. And very affordable.
Pea soup and challah toast. Yummers!
According to Mandy Coon, the macaroni and cheese here is 100% yummy. Want more tips on the East Village? Check out Mandy's other recommendations at ofkind.com!
Grandma Eric looooooves the pierogis
Borscht (hot), perogis, challah
christina's right, egg sammich on challah makes you wanna say 'holla!' I won't go anywhere else
Perfect when you're on the go. Egg sammich on challah bread is the business.
All the soups here rock, but the split pea is astral.
Head to B & H on a Monday morning and order an "Eggs n' Kasia."
Best tuna salad in NYC
Don't be pushed away because it's vegetarian. B & H has the best breakfast in EV hands down, and it's only $6! Homemade challah bread and the friendliest staff around. Say hi to Mike! Good juices too.
Came for the French toast. Good taste but missed some fruit or similar. Huge stack of food. Authentic 🗽 style diner. Lots of returning customers.
Best french toast in town. Most expensive thing on the me the menu is $12.50. Home made challah makes everything better.
Pierogies with a Cup of Soup: $9.50
Quite small but quite good. Grilled cheese was excellent. Cash only.
Classic NY deli. Super friendly. Amazing egg sandwiches!
Piff!!! Place is soo good. Grilled cheese!
TT 10 Cheap Eats: "'40s-era diner w/menu of classics & old-school Euro favs, like pierogi & cabbage. Oversized B&H Special omelet and served with hash-like home fries and slices of house-made challah"
Smoked white fish sandwich is mind-blowing
Awesome vegetarian Jewish deli. Check the daily specials - they're great value and usually come with a cup of comforting soup.