Kosher Restaurant Opened by Former Gateway Student
January 13, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic could not crush the entrepreneurial dreams of former Gateway Community College student Ephrat Lieblich, the new co-owner of Ladle & Loaf, a Kosher Middle Eastern fusion restaurant that recently opened in New Haven.
Ephrat, who completed a certificate in Digital Media & Web Design Training in 2019, opened the restaurant this past November with her husband, Benny, a chef. Without many Kosher restaurants in the area, the couple saw an opportunity to create a new dining option showcasing Benny’s culinary talents and opened Ladle & Loaf at 357 Whalley Avenue. Specialties include Falafel, Couscous Grain Bowl, Hummus Bowl, Herb Grilled Chicken and Shawarma.
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