I was amazed to read the excerpt from the following article and discover a restaurant that is actually using a non-dairy cream cheese … Tofutti I am assuming? …
“Eden Wok is a glatt kosher American-Chinese and sushi restaurant. Six Chinese cooks slice, dice, and sauté in an open kitchen, as Orthodox Rabbi Tzvi Margo watches carefully …
The restrictions of keeping kosher have led to inventions anyone might appreciate. Fusing the tradition of Jewish deli with classic American-Chinese takeout is the Eden Wok Chinese hot dog. A kosher beef frank is encased in an egg roll wrapper and deep-fried. Greaseless with a golden, blistered skin, it’s served with a couple of packets of ketchup and duck sauce for dipping.
From the Japanese sushi bar, there’s a New York-centric roll made with smoked salmon and cream cheese (non-dairy, of course).”
43 East 34th St.
Monday-Thursday, and Sunday 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Friday: Opens 11 a.m., closes three hours before Shabbat