After 35 Years, Kosher Delight in Flatbush Closes


kosher-delight-1Flatbush, Brooklyn – Kosher Delight, Brooklyn’s oldest kosher fast food establishment, has closed, but, the NY Daily News reports, plans to open another restaurant in the same neighborhood.

The restaurant was a landmark on Ave. J since it opened in 1979.

Kosher Delight is owned by the Huberfeld family, which is now looking at three potential spots for its new kosher venture.

Kosher Delights stores in Manhattan and Boro Park had also previously closed.

The new store will reportedly feature a healthier menu.

{Andy Newscenter}


  1. They own the store on Avenue J. They will now make a lot more money with less headache by renting the property to a bank. Smart business decision.