Azerbaijan will soon be home to its first-ever kosher-certified restaurant for Baku’s Jewish population, which now numbers no more than 8,000.
The meat restaurant, named 7/40, will open in May on Samed Vurgun street in the capital Baku with supervision from the city’s rabbi, Shneor Segal, the restaurant’s owner, Moshe Moiseev, told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
The restaurant is located in the Nasimi district, formerly Baku’s Jewish neighborhood. It is located around the corner from Segal’s Chabad synagogue and 500 yards (450 meters) away from the Georgian synagogue.
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