So you've got just 60 minutes to spend in Jewish London, before heading off to somewhere else, or maybe you've always wanted to know what you can do in an hour in Jewish London.
Well, with a Jewish community of over 200,000, not including the estimated 50,000 plus Israelis, London is certainly a hive of Jewish culture and life.
By far the best thing to do, is eat. Not only will you fill yourself up and be very contented, but you'll also get the chance to observe and see for yourself, Jewish Londoners up front and very personal. Consider it like being a social anthropologist. Immerse yourself and take away a unique experience.
London is home to a growing number of kosher restaurants. Home to the majority of them is the north west London areas of Golders Green and Hendon. Like Las Vegas' strip, although much smaller is Hendon's Brent Street. It's packed with every manner of food to eat. Within a five minute, you can eat 'til you drop. From Italian vegetarian to Israeli fast food and bagels to fish and chips, it's the street you want to eat.
Among the highlights are Lemonade, Israli fast food joint that delivers a mixed grills heaving with meat, chips and salad for £10, 86, upscale fancy food goes kosher and Whitehouse, Israel meets the far east with an eclectic menu.
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