Morduch, the Kurdish legacy, is a family establishment which opened in 1982 and has been feeding thousands of more-than-satisfied diners over the years. From its acclaimed kubbeh soup to its outstanding moussaka, it is no wonder the restaurant flourishes to this day. The fantastic food is made from only the freshest ingredients, and Morduch serves as a reminder of what makes genuine homestyle cuisine. Although the founder, Mordechai ‘Morduch’ Agai, passed away in 1990, his traditions and culinary style have been kept very much alive and are strictly observed by his successors. If it is mouth-watering food and a homely and welcoming environment you are after, then Morduch is just the place for you.