For 21 years, Talia’s Steakhouse has been a glatt kosher establishment under a strict orthodox and on-site supervision. Presently, Talia’s Hechsher or Kosher Certification, named Mehadrin Kashrus, is issued by Rabbi Avrohom Marmorstein. Rabbi Marmorstein is the director of Mehadrin Kashrus, a widely-respected community-based kosher supervision service in Manhattan, and spiritual leader of Congregation Minchas Chinuch. Furthermore, Rabbi Marmorstein provides his Kosher Certification to Kosher Market Place, West Side Wok (previously Gan Asia), Patis Bakery and more. Moreover, Fairway Market, one of the tri-state metropolitan area’s largest purveyors of kosher foodstuff is under the supervision of Rabbi Avrohom Marmorstein. Fairway offers thousands of kosher items, from meat, poultry, cheese and bakery items to coffees, teas and traditional packaged goods, as well as specialty product. Rabbi Marmorstein is the President of Council of Orthodox Jewish Organizations- Cojo Of West Side.

Rabbi Avrohom Marmorstein started the Kosher La-Mehadrin hechsher in 1989. He has semicha from Beth Medrash Govoha (Lakewood) and is a member of the National Council of Synagogue Rabbis of Agudath Yisrael. Rabbi Marmorstein is author of Halachos of the Seder, Halachos of Purim, and Bartenura; co-author of Yad Yoledes.

Do you have a Mashgiach Temidi?
A Mashgiach Temidi is always present during hours of operation.

Do you serve Beit Yosef or Shor Habar meat?
Yes. A 72 hour advance notice is required.

Is Bishul Yisroel possible in your restaurant?
Yes. Ask your server to call the Mashgiach to your table.

What type of kashrut are your bread and pastries?
All baked products, bread, pita, etc. are Pas Yisroel and Yashan.

What type of kosher wine do you serve?
All wines are Mevushal only.

How do you wash your vegetables?
All vegetables are checked, rinsed, and washed with special organic veggie soap according to the standards and requirements of our very strict orthodox supervision.

I am out of town. Who shall I call with questions about your Hashgacha?

You may call Rabbi Avrohom Marmorstein directly at 212-932-8701.

You may also call your friend, family member, or the following local Shuls:

Chabad of the Upper West Side Shul – 166 West 97 St – 212.864.5010

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Congregation Ohab Zedek – 118 West 95 St – 212.749.5150
Young Israel of West Side – 210 West 91 St – 212.787.7513
Congregation Ohav Shalom – 270 West 84 St – 212.877.5850
Carleback Shul Synagogue – 305 West 79 St 0 212.580.2391
Tiferet Yisrael Synagogue – 120 West 76 St – 646.660.0238
Congregation Ramath Orah – 550 West 110 St – 212.222.2470

The following is the mailing address of Rabbi Avrohom Marmorstein:

Congregation Minchas Chinuch
321 W 100th Street
(Between Riverside & West End)
New York, NY 10025
Tel: 212-932-8701.