Inna’s Kitchen

Mother and son team Inna and Alex Khitrik, opened Inna’s Kitchen to preserve their Jewish culinary traditions, while making them modern and relevant for today’s health conscious society. Our family emigrated from the USSR in 1990 and found a home in Boston, while Inna’s mother and sister escaped to Israel. Ours is a story shared by many Jews, and our food honors the diversity of communities and cultures in the Jewish experience, with Jewish cuisine from around the world. Our customers can combine flavors across our menu–start with a bowl of matzo ball soup and a knish, followed by a falafel in an Israeli pita pocket, and pick up frozen pot pies and stuffed cabbage to take home.