WITH fewer than three weeks until its reopening, Manchester Jewish Museum has revealed details of its new cafe and launch menu.
It will be open every day, serving contemporary vegetarian kosher-style menu.
The majority of the food will be prepared on site using kosher, vegetarian and largely locally sourced whole-food ingredients, although not under Beth Din supervision.
There will also be a range of kosher pre-packaged snacks.
The café will offer seasonal specials surrounding festivals such as Chanukah and Shavuot.
Future menus will showcase dishes originating from Jewish communities across the world.
Accompanying the café is the Learning Kitchen, where schools and community groups can cook, bake and explore Jewish food culture.
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