The Harbour Grill, Miami’s Ultimate Kosher Steakhouse, is beautifully situated one block from the ocean in the heart of Surfside. For over 10 years, The Harbour Grill has served thousands of guests luxuriously gourmet dishes such as 28 day aged prime steak, a variety of fresh sushi rolls, artisan charcuterie, and house-made authentic French pastries.
The elegant interior combined with its cozy ambiance and relaxed lighting deems The Harbour Grill perfect for date nights, family occasions, and evening with friends. With taste and visuals always in mind; smoked chicken wings, tongue carpaccio, and 24oz rib-eye on the bone outlaw steak, served with fresh arugula, mushrooms, and distinctive truffle aioli salad are a few items on their gastronomical menu.
Sushi lovers should expect nothing less than top-quality. The vast menu features over 30 types of sushi rolls and creative Japanese dishes, including The Harbour Grill’s most renowned creations- the angel roll and seabass roll. Complementing the entrees is a select list of wine and beers.
Apart from priding itself on the restaurants’ signature aging process, The Harbour Grill truly honors itself for curing it’s charcuterie on premises -- in their own smoker-- by the owner himself, Gilbert Amsellem. Artisanal is an understatement for the uniqueness and dedication of Gilbert’s passion for his charcuterie. The house made spicy merguez, dried saucisson, and beef prosciutto are amongst one of the many known to be the best at The Harbour Grill. They have regular take-out and delivery menu for both its regular food and charcuterie.
Running the kitchen is renowned Chef David Benrey. A true master of his craft, Chef David Benrey’s special recipe for success includes 3 main ingredients: love, passion and hard work. Whether he is in the kitchen working on his mouth watering specials, or making special appearances in the dining room for his guests, Chef David Benrey always goes the extra mile to ensure an unforgettable dining experience for every single one of his guests.
Check out reviews from the Great Kosher Restaurant Foodies Facebook group:
Review 8/13/17 (Michael Barnatan)
Review 6/15/17 (David Benrey)
Review 6/15/17 (Cohen Zalman)
Review 6/12/17 (Nechama Riesel)
Review 2/9/17 (Michelle Saka)
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