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Bonia Springs

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Birthday Party Catering Bonia Springs

Pilpel Kosher Kitchen & Catering Tampa has been providing services to some of Southwest Florida’s finest gatherings for quite some time. By delivering first-rate catering and private chef services, we’ve built solid connections with our venue partners and hosts.

Pilpel Kosher Kitchen & Catering Tampa Venue selection, catering decor rentals, event personnel, delivery, set-up, cooking, serving, breakdown, and clean-up are all aspects of an event that we conceptualize and direct. Whether you’re planning an indoor or outdoor gathering, we can create a customized experience that caters to your guests’ tastes and stays within your budget.

Wedding Catering Bonia Springs

At Pilpel Kosher Kitchen & Catering Tampa, we’ll pay attention to every detail of your event to make it elegant and unique. We will use our strong relationships with local resources to ensure that every part of your event goes above and beyond what you expect.

Kosher Wedding Menu

We love making food that looks good and tastes great.  Tell us if you have a menu or theme in mind. We’ll make sure you have the right food and drinks. Because no two events are the same, every menu is made to order. We know what questions to ask to come up with a menu full of flavor and will keep everyone happy for the whole event.

Kosher wedding caterers Bonia Springs

Pilpel Kosher Kitchen & Catering Tampa has an Italian catering menu that is simple and perfect for any event. To have Pilpel Kosher Kitchen & Catering Tampa cater, look at our catering menu and decide what you want and where you want it catered. You can choose to have catering done on-site in our private dining room, which can fit up to 30 people, or off-site at your own venue. Large groups of up to 100 people can also reserve Pilpel Kosher Kitchen & Catering Tampa main dining room ahead of time.

Kosher Passover catering

Catering is usually a big part of a wedding and can also take up most of your wedding budget. Catering can help your guests have a better time at your wedding.

How important it is to have Kosher catering may depend on your family’s beliefs or how strict your guests are about what they eat. At the same time, you may need to consider whether Kosher catering is even possible at your chosen reception location.

Several places can provide Kosher catering or have a relationship with a Kosher caterer who is familiar with the kitchen at your reception venue.

Glatt kosher catering near me

We know it’s important to you, so let us make your dreams come true. Pilpel Kosher Kitchen & Catering Tampa is a highly rated and reliable Glatt Kosher catering service in Los Angeles. They make sure everything goes smoothly and get good results.

A kosher-style menu is an alternative to a kosher menu for your wedding. This kind of food can also be called “non-offensive catering.” A kosher wedding reception is easy to put together. Meat and milk do not go together. The chef won’t make cream sauces and put them on beef dishes. The main course is fish. Parve is a dish that is neither dairy nor meat, so it is not either good or bad. Because of this, fish is often the main dish. The rules for kosher food say that you can eat anything with fins and scales, but you can’t eat seafood like lobster, shrimp, prawns, etc. All fruits and vegetables are kosher. Note that “kosher-style” doesn’t make the food or the kitchen where it’s cooked “kosher.”

Jewish kosher kitchen Bonia Springs

One of the important Kosher rules is that you can’t mix meat and dairy. If you choose a venue that only serves Kosher food, there will be a separate kitchen for meat and one for dairy. But if your venue doesn’t have a separate catering area.

With all of these rules to follow, it may be easier to understand why hiring a Kosher caterer can often send the price per person for a Jewish wedding through the roof. But we’re happy to tell you that Kosher-style catering is a more affordable option for the Jewish bride and groom. This is also called “non-offensive catering” from time to time.