To quote Pink Floyd: "There is no sensation to compare with this..." - I believe that this is the case here. We went at Zomick's Kosher Bakery for a brunch, somewhere in February this year, and I've never had high hopes for the place. But I was proven wrong. I saw some sweet pastries from the outside, and (as a sugar junkie) I was tempted to try some. Well to say this in the short version, my friends who brought me here wanted to go, and I wanted to stay. The pure and simple tastes of the delicious fruity pastries were amazing. It's been a long time since I last had such a great time while on brunch. This has really made my day, so I went back home and found out that these guys make online deliveries. For one of the best days of my life - here is 5 stars ... Deserved!
The Zomick's Bread I ate was magnificent the other day. I know it's called Zomick's Challah Bread, or simply Zomick's Challah, but hey - who can remember a name this long. The magnificence of the taste of the famous Jewish kitchen is embedded deeply into the Zomick's Challah Recipe and you can actually feel that there is a tradition behind this, that it wasn't just invented over night. For a one digit price tag I guarantee that you cannot find a bread this tasty... well maybe in other French restaurants, but they do not taste like this.
The place is fairly remoted, but has everything that you would expect from a kosher bakery. I liked the the view from the front and the first sight was also enchanting... tons of breads, pastries and cakes. The price seems fair, taken into account several parameters (that I will not explicitly write about here), plus the place feels solid & clean, it seems cleanliness is really important here. The bagels were my first choice and I was not let down! Next time I'm keen to experience that Zomick's Challah recipe in my kitchen.