“Bissaleh” might mean “a little” but there’s nothing small about what Bissaleh has to offer!
New Yorkers who remember Bissaleh Brooklyn might be especially intrigued by the Florida location, and how Osnat Klayman and the team have revived the atmosphere of the original establishment, decades later in August 2020. There’s one major difference, however: Bissaleh Miami is a meat restaurant. Continuing the tradition of Israel-inspired cocktail flair, Bissaleh is sure to appeal to those who are familiar with the name’s history and first-timers alike. It’s easy to be captivated by the sleek wood-and-leather-accented interior (complemented by warm yellow and blue-violet neon backlighting) and the beautiful South Florida view, and even easier to be pulled into the welcoming atmosphere with events like Saturday night Social Dis-Dancing, featuring live music!
As an Israeli-American fusion steakhouse, the entree selection is a stable foundation upon which more innovative appetizers get to shine - alongside a funky cocktail menu and extensive wine menu. The Salmon Falafel is a rainbow feast for the eyes, topped with oven-roasted eggplant, pickled lemons, and tahini sauce as a starter. Chef Aliani’s signature red-wine sauce elevates the braised Short Ribs, and desserts like Caramel Filo with Bissaleh’s signature mint tea are a perfect finish to a great meal. If you’d rather end with a cocktail, try their Espresso Martini or Fire Down Below (tequila with a hint of cinnamon and a melting orange ice ball) - or sample multiple drinks throughout the night. We won’t judge, only encourage.
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And we encourage you to bring your family and friends to this night out: Bissaleh is the perfect place for a meet-up, since it’s situated at the midpoint between Hollywood, Aventura, and Miami. There’s plenty of indoor and outdoor seating, as well as rentable VIP rooms (seating thirty, fifty, and sixty people) for your private events: anything from a casual party to a wedding!
But every night at Bissaleh is its own party of its own, and you’re all invited!
Becky- 06/02/08 Great food.great service!
Tammy Levy- 03/09/07 Just wanted to say they have the best dairy food on the whole southeast. I had fish and my friend had pizza. The service was great and the food was first class. I would recommend it to everyone I know.
Reply #1 submitted by: Miri Moav on 03/09/07 Bissaleh is open Sunday thru Thursday 12 noon to 11 pm. Saturday nights they open an hour after Shabbat and close at 2am
Hope to see you there.
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Rabbi Levi NY Brooklyn- 08/14/06 Wthout a doubt its the best kosher dairy restaurant in the USA. Not only was the food great, family style and very reasonable prices, the fun of the restaruant surpasses any kosher resturant on the planet. They even have a fully licensed Liquor bar. enjoy