“If you want to try real Yiddish food, go to Hoffy’s. Be aware, as one of the owners told me, that it is not “Mediterranean food” -he meant Israeli or generic Hebrew food-, but Yiddish food, classical central European food. The Kosher version of what Germans or Polish were eating in the 19th century. They do have a delicious non Yiddish main course: the Sefardi style chicken -marinated with prunes and red wine-. The owners and the waiter are very nice and funny. They will recommend you good tasting options if, like me, you do not know much about their food. I found the gefilte fish and the taster platter particularly delicious. And don’t forget to try their red and white horseradish!!! I think they call it “chrain or khreyn”.“