Our Story. Our Kitchen.

Deli Food is simple food from Eastern Europe, Lithuania, Russia and Hungary. Many deli items were developed out of necessity as Jews migrated from country to country. Up until a few decades ago, the kitchen was the centre of the Jewish home.

It is where you would always find your mother. Coming home from school, the kitchen and the stove is where it began. The wonderful aromas would hit you as you walked through the front door. “You must be hungry”, “Try this”, “Try that” were all too familiar shouts as we walked into the kitchen.

Both of us were so fortunate to have grown up in families where food, entertaining and hospitality played a major role in our upbringing. We would watch our mothers as they prepared daily and holiday meals. For years our family homes have hosted many friends, family, visitors and students from away.

NOW is our time to share family recipes and hospitality with YOU!

Winter Hours

  • Monday - Wednesday:10:00 - 15:00
  • Thursday - Friday:10:00 - 19:00
  • Saturday:09:00 - 19:00
  • Sunday:09:00 - 17:00

Location

2389 Agricola Street Halifax, Nova Scotia B3K4B8
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DINNER FAVOURITES

Whether it's a Hali Burger or a plate of authentic Chicken Livers; all our dinner favorites are served with your choice of old world mashed potato, home fries, kasha varnishkes, house cut fries, knish or sweet kugel and tsimmus or fried peas. Be sure to also swing by the Hali Deli on Fridays as we dish up a Kosher Crispy Coated Chicken Dinner for only $16.95. We also have one of the best old fashioned milkshakes and homemade NY style Cheesecakes in the city - Trust me, you'll love them both!