So much so that when the Jewish population of Brussels needed a kosher restaurant, they formed their own "not for profit" company to set one up.
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Situated near the European Parliament and Commission, it has now become a very popular and desirable place to visit for Jews and non-Jews from all over the world.
Not only is it a place to eat, it has also become an essential hub for Jewish community life.
It is not only Jewish people who use this kosher restaurant. The majority are non-Jewish clients, they come to discover. Often they only realize it’s a kosher restaurant at the end of the meal.
Kosher food is not just a way of cooking but a way of life, a guarantee of quality and religious observance.