Zomick's Kosher Bakery
115 Inip Dr, Inwood, NY 11096
Phone: (516) 569-5520
Fax: (516) 374-5615
Parking: Self, On Site, Free
Cuisine: Deli, Donuts, Bagels, Healthy, Cafe, Pastries
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This bakery has been opened since I remember. It is nearby my home, but I never gave much attention to it. My mother used to bring me some sweets from Zomick's Bakery when I was a kid. When I grew up I forgot about it. The other day I was remembered of the awesome taste of the Zomick's challah bread. Boy do those bring back memories.
I am giving it a 4 star rating because I am not a daily visitor there. I go once a month and there always is a crowd ahead of me and I don't like that.
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 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.
When I first ate in this bakery I thought that it was only a bakery in transition, a bakery which is living on old glory, a bakery with no future.
Boy, was I wrong. The very next year Zomick's Bakery spread out their wings and opened a new baking facility in Inwood.
There I found a nice array of baked products and almost all of them were kosher. I wish I knew earlier that this place would suit me well.
For the price - there in't a better option, really.
The place gets really crowded, but other than that I prefer this restaurant over the others. I also prefer the whole wheat Zomick's bread over the regular challah, which is their main attraction. Prices are low, service is good and the food is excellent. When I travel to New York, I always visit this place.
Long story made short... If you want to try something new (I mean if kosher is something new for you), or something sweet for a price less then a McDonalds meal, then Zomick's Kosher Bakery is the place for you.
Bagels, donuts, cookies are my favorites. The place works till 2PM in Fridays - don't forget that.
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.
I know that I use this phrase a lot, but all I can say about Zomick's is absolutely stunning. I am on a diet, so I ordered a small whole wheat bread the other day, and believe me that for the price below 2$ you can't find a better piece whole wheat bread in New York.
I came home, did a little research and found out that this bakery makes a whole bunch of other breads. Amazing!