Our restaurant is more than Kosher, it's a dining experience. The casual, relaxed yet elegant setting can accommodate about 60 people.

Dini's Kosher Restaurant is the first and only kosher restaurant in Beijing under the certification of Rabbi Shimon Freundlich of Chabad Beijing. The only independently owned kosher restaurant in China, Dini's menu offers a complete selection of Jewish food, Chinese food, Western food, and a spectacular sushi bar. For the first time, those who keep Kosher can enjoy traditional Chinese food through the interpretative plates of our authentic Chinese chefs.

We welcome tour bookings. Tour providers may contact us to arrange a complete package for your guests. Whether you are planning for a corporate party, engagement Party, Anniversary or Birthday party, we can cater for you. Please contact us as we can plan a menu to suit your needs.

Opening Hours:
Sun - Thurs 11am - 10pm (last order)
Friday 11:00 am - till 2 pm
Saturday night - opens 1 hour after Shabbat ends, please see here for Shabbat Times

What is Kosher?
The Hebrew word kosher means fit or proper as it relates to kosher dietary law. Kosher foods are permitted to be eaten, and can be used as ingredients in the production of additional food items. The basic laws of Kashrus (a Hebrew word referring to kosher and its application) are of Biblical origin (Leviticus 11 and Deuteronomy 17). For more than 3000 years, Rabbinic scholars have interpreted these laws and applied them to contemporary situations. In addition, Rabbinic bodies enacted protective legislation to safeguard the integrity of kosher laws. In recent years, more people are starting to take advantage of this tradition because of the health benefits. Like the Chinese, the Jewish people put great emphasis on education for their children; like the Chinese, the Jewish people have survived with a long history as a culture and people. While the main reason for Jewish people to observe this law is purely religious, many of the laws originated from sanitary eating practices. At Dini's Kosher Restaurant, we prepare and serve "Glatt Kosher" food, which means we keep to the highest standard, under the strict supervision of Rabbi Shimon Freundlich.

For more detailed descriptions of kosher, please read further here.