Order Passover Seder Dinner to Go in Miami 2021
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Passover begins on Saturday, March 27th, at sunset. Families traditionally gather at the dining table to celebrate the first Seder night.
In Miami, chefs offer take-away dishes filled with all kinds of goodness – from latkes and briskets to chicken and side dishes.
Read on for an alphabetical list of meals to make your vacation delicious. Prices do not include taxes, tips, or shipping costs unless otherwise stated. Most meals are pre-cooked and need to be reheated. Please note the individual order deadlines and the pick-up or delivery instructions.
Bill Hansen Catering
2167 S. Bayshore Dr., Coconut Grove
305-751-1101 for orders
At Bill Hansen Catering, chef Dewey Losasso has created a Passover menu that starts with a traditional Seder plate. The meal continues with a matzo ball soup with roasted vegetables from the region, chopped chicken liver, sauteed snapper from the region with matzo porridge with caramelized onions, braised ribs, potato balls, roasted cauliflower and potato fritters. A flourless chocolate cake and coconut macaroons are included for dessert. The meal costs $ 45 per person with a minimum of four people. There is an additional $ 20 delivery fee and orders must be placed by March 24th. Email [email protected] to place an order or call 305-751-1101.
Chef Lenore Nolan Ryan is offering a kosher Passover dinner for pickup or delivery on Saturday March 27th. Dinner costs 36 USD per person and includes a choice of a serving of soup (matzo ball or vegetarian matzo ball) and an appetizer (choice of chicken marbella with red wine sauce, braised beef or baked salmon), a choice of side dishes (spinach Mushroom ball, sweet and Yukon gold potato cake, roasted asparagus, mashed carrots and charoset) and one slice of flour-free chocolate per person. Family dinners for eight are also available. All meals can be picked up or delivered anywhere in Fort Lauderdale for $ 10. Delivery throughout South Florida is available for an additional fee depending on time and travel.
Kush HIaleah offers a Passover takeaway dinner. Dinner is for a minimum of six people and everyone can choose their own meal. To get started, choose between matzo ball soup, latkes (three per person), pea soup or tomato sponge cake. Choose a main course from beef brisket, corned beef, pastrami, boneless turkey breast, a fried half chicken or a vegan meatloaf. Choose two sides of roasted Brussels sprouts, carrots, fried potatoes, sauteed green beans, or coleslaw. For dessert, you can choose from a rainbow biscuit, a black and white biscuit, or a NY-style mini cheesecake. Dinner is $ 25 per person and is required 24 hours in advance. The meal is available for delivery only (by phone for delivery locations) and is not kosher. A free bottle of wine is included with your order
Let James Beard Award-winning chef Michelle Bernstein take care of your Passover seder. Dinner for two includes seder matzo ball soup. glazed baby carrots, mom’s brisket with grainy mustard and caramelized onions, noodle balls, charoset and a lemon salad with beetroot and crumbled feta. For dessert, head chef Bernstein serves almond and lemon cakes. Dinner for two is $ 116 and dinner for four is $ 232. Dinner will be delivered on Saturday, March 27th, at the delivery times you choose (delivery included, tip extra).
Pre-order your Passover meal at TooJay’s and choose between entrees such as brisket ($ 26 per person), roasted Cornish Game Hen ($ 26 per person), baked salmon fillet ($ 24.99 per person), or herb fried chicken ($ 23 per person) Person). All starters contain matzo ball soup, gefilten fish or chopped liver, potato pancakes, carrot tzimmes and macaroons. Passover desserts can also be purchased. Roadside pickup orders must be received by March 24th.
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