Lab Paupiette Stuffed Chicken from Ostrow Brasserie
Lab Paupiette Stuffed Chicken from Ostrow Brasserie Photo: Salar A – Miami Creative Agency 

Passover begins the evening of Mon, Apr 22 through Tue, Apr 30. These South Florida restaurants offer Passover meals.

Aba, Bal Harbour

WHAT: Passover specials include parmesan, potato and brussels sprout latkes and flourless chocolate tahini tart.
WHEN: April 22-30
WHERE: Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave.

Branja, Upper Buena Vista

WHAT: Diners can expect an array of Mediterranean-inspired specials for the holiday to enjoy under Branja’s Tel Aviv-inspired, distinct retro oasis.
WHERE: 5010 NE 2 Ave.

JW Pastry, Davie

WHAT: Passover specials include Belgian chocolate cake, French apple tart, almond horn cookies and chocolate-dipped coconut macaroons.
WHEN: Order by Wed., April 17 for pickup Sun., April 21
WHERE: 5665 S University Dr.
MORE INFO: 954-251-4243

Motek, Various Locations

WHAT: With a focus on the color green to symbolize springtime in Israel, the menu consists of Yemenite gefilte fish, matzo ball soup, stuffed artichoke, lamb shank with rice, and a sticky toffee flourless date cake.
WHERE: Aventura, Coral Gables, Brickell, downtown Miami

Ostrow Brasserie, Buena Vista

WHAT: Chef Olivia Ostrow’s signature Passover dish is lamb paupiette, chicken scallopini stuffed with ground lamb, prunes and caramelized eggplant served with truffle mashed potatoes. Chef Olivia has successfully modified French favorites into kosher-style items with creative substitutions like vegan cheese from Israel.
WHEN: They are closed for Passover because of Kosher rules, but offers this dish before the holiday
WHERE: 4850 NW 2nd Ave.
MORE INFO: Ostrow Brasserie