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Shalom Haifa 18533 West Dixie Highway North Miami Beach, FL 33183

18533 West Dixie Highway
North Miami Beach, FL 33183

(305) 936-1800














SOUPS

Chicken Soup- Chicken Noodle soup with carrots

Bean Soup – Vegetarian bean soup

 

SALADS

Israeli Salad – Diced tomato & cucumber with oil, lemon & salt

Chicken Salad – Tossed salad with lettuce, tomatoes, carrots & onions and grilled chicken breasts layered on top of the salad

 

APPETIZERS

Gefilte Fish

Humus – Chickpeas paste served on a plate with olive oil

Tahini- Sesame seed paste served on a plate with olive oil

Babaganush- Eggplant mixed with Tahini & olive oil

Eggplant Salad – Roasted eggplant chopped and mixed with roasted red peppers & garlic

Stuffed Grape Leaves – Grape leaves stuffed with rice, cooked in spices & lemon- served hot

Falafel Plate – Falafel balls served on a plate with tahini sauce

Moroccan Cigars – Thin dough stuffed with beef mixture, shaped like a cigar- served hot

Kubee

Gumba Salad – Roasted red peppers chopped & mixed with garlic, oil & lemon

Matbouha – Cooked red tomato with hot peppers- served cold 

 

DINNERS

Schnitzel – Breast of chicken breaded and fried

Steak on the grill

Baby Lamb Chops

Lamb Shashlik on a skewer

Beef, Chicken Shashlik or Pargiot on a skewer

Ground Beef Kebab – Patties mixed with onion, parsley & spices

Goulash – Pieces of beef cooked with potatoes and carrots

Stuffed Cabbage- stuffed with ground beef

Stuffed Cornish Hen – Stuffed with ground meat, rice & pine nuts

Popyee – Chicken breast rolled with vegetable stuffing

Fried Fish – Whole fish deep fried

Fish Moroccan Style – Filet of fish cooked in red pepper Moroccan sauce

Jerusalem Mix- Pieces of chicken, beef, lamb sautéed on the grill with onions

Humus with ground beef

Every Sunday Chulent (Chamin) 

All above served with French Fries, rice or baked potato & Israeli Salad

information about Shalom Haifa
RABBINICAL SUPERVISION
Diamond K / ORB / Glatt Kosher

Hours
Sun-Thu 12:00 noon - 10:00 pm
Friday 12:00 noon - 4:00 pm

Cuisine: Middle Eastern/ Moroccan
Avg. Check: $18-$25
Attire: Casual Neat

Succah On Succot: Yes
Nine Days Menu: Yes
Open for Pesach: Yes

WINE & LIQUOR AVAILABLE / OUTSIDE PATIO / PARKING LOT / ON & OFF-PREMISE CATERING / HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE

RESERVATIONS Preferred
CREDIT CARDS All


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ABOUT Shalom Haifa

Family- that’s what Shalom Haifa is all about. The restaurant is a family run business, owned by Nathan and Shoshana Bolila. They can frequently be found cooking in the kitchen, along with their sons Arieh and Boaz, who are usually on the restaurant floor accommodating their guests. When one comes to the restaurant they are automatically made to feel like part of the Shalom Haifa family. No matter if it’s you’re first visit or if you’ve been coming since 1988 (amazing feat in itself, considering how often restaurants come and go). They simply don’t let anybody leave unsatisfied. In fact, that longevity shouldn’t surprise anyone because their service equals the quality of their food. It started back some 20 years ago when Shoshana was cooking for her family and friends. They suggested she open a restaurant and boy, are we happy that she did. At first, Shalom Haifa was located on 163rd Street for twelve years and after needing a bigger place, they have been at their current location for the last five.

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The establishment is not your typical looking Israeli joint. White tablecloths in cushioned seated booths with a wide array of wines from Israel, France and California is what you can find here. The restaurant offers authentic Moroccan and Middle Eastern dishes all with the freshest ingredients. Everything is made on premises and nothing is pre-made. No shortcuts. After all, why shortcut your family. Interestingly, their gefilte fish is extremely popular, especially before Shabbat. They have great grill dishes, including Baby Lamb Chops, Jerusalem Mix and Ground Beef Kebab. If you are there on Sunday, make sure you get the homemade Chulent, and if you’re there on Friday, be sure to take home their unique Kibbeh soup. But, on any day you’re there, you’ll be sure to get a warm welcome and terrific food.

COMMENTS (11)
Shalom Haifa
BEN DAHAN MICHEL- 06/30/05
HI TO SUSANA AND THE FAMIELY
FROM MICHEL FROM MAALOT ISRAEL.
HOW ARE YOU ALL?
WE FINE.
DO YOU REMEMBER ME AND MY FAMILY?
KEEP IN TOUCH. WRITE TO US BACK.
BUY MICHAEL
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Reply #1 submitted by: SUSANA AND THE FAMIELY on 11/30/10
MICHEL HELLO
WE FINE TOO AS WELL
WE REMEMBER YOUR PEOPLE
HOW ARE ISREAL?
BUY MORDECHAI
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