If you are visiting Richmond a trip to Perly’s is a must! The food, ambiance and service are fantastic.
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So I had a long conversation after trying the fish. Come to find out it’s all smoked in the house and it is delicious. I wish I had enough room to try all the different fish. Also it has that Jewish delicatessen feel. But that’s...More
We ate here last week on our way home from a long road trip. It was Easter Sunday and we happened to arrive at peak lunch time so the wait was long. We decided to just eat at the counter since we were just way...More
Great traditional Jewish food with other pleasant surprises! My favorite latkes in Virginia ... and don’t get me started on the homemade apple sauce. Be prepared to wait during peak times, but it’s well worth it!
We went with friends for dinner before a movie. Loved the friendly atmosphere and unique “twists” on standard drinks. All the entrees we tried were great! The fish board is not to be missed. No room for dessert!
Lot’s of traditional Jewish deli fare. Went mid week in the afternoon so it wasn’t crowded. Service was a little slow. Very good corned beef and salami. Pastrami was tasty but there were a number of stringy fat strands. Had a great black and white...More
Stayed at a hotel nearby and looked on TripAdvisor for good food nearby. This place came up and what a home run! The flavors were amazing! I ordered the Tel Aviv Trio and for an entrée the brisket. Wow! I am used to bbq places...More
My husband and I visited Richmond to tour museums. We stayed downtown and walked everywhere. Using our google maps to find someplace for a late lunch, we found this advertised as a cafe with sandwiches. Ok. Walked in, got seated, got our menus...now I am...More
We found this unique place thanks to a recommendation from the receptionist at our hotel. It is a small Jewish restaurant in downtown Richmond. We went for breakfast and both of us had a unique, incredible meal. I had the Benny Goodman and my wife...More