Located in Berlin's city center on the trendy Torstrasse, Shiloh’s Cafe Bistro serves up vegan, kosher Israeli dishes in a casual setting with catering services also available. One woman, the restaurant’s owner, cooks up generous portions of home-style Mediterranean and Middle Eastern favorites like shakshuka, falafel, hummus, spicy lentil soup, and freshly baked pita. Follow up your meal with homemade orange-honey or chocolate cakes, also vegan.
The cozy atmosphere makes diners feel like they're enjoying a delicious meal cooked in someone's home. Shiloh opens just in time for lunch and continues to serve until 21:00. This small cafe has limited seating and guests should expect leisurely, laid-back service. The restaurant doesn’t accept card payments so make sure to bring cash along. The Shiloh Cafe Bistro started out as a kosher catering company before finding its way onto Torstrasse. Originally from Jerusalem, the restaurant’s owner, Keren, has lived in Berlin since 2007. From behind the kitchen, she prepares all of the restaurant’s authentic, Israeli dishes herself.