Eat and Drink NYC restaurants offering Passover seder menus By Li Yakira Cohen Li.Cohen@amny.com Updated April 17, 2019 10:20 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Passover is right around the corner and with it comes a lot of family, a lot of Manischewitz and even more matzah. If you are one of the many New Yorkers who is constantly caught in the hustle and bustle of life in the Big (Kosher) Apple, then there is a good chance finding the time to thoroughly prepare and cook for Passover Seder is a little intimidating. Luckily, there are plenty of Kosher restaurants ready to provide Passover meals you and your loved ones won't soon forget. Eighteen Restaurant Photo Credit: Kitty Dadi This first night of Seder menu is complete with a Seder plate, Shmurah matzah and wine. The Glatt Kosher meal is at 8:15 p.m. April 19 and is $120 per adult and $55 per child. It includes a salad platter with babaganoush and carrot salad, gefilte fish, lamb tangine, roasted potatoes, macaroons, chicken nuggets and French fries for children, and more. (240 E. 81st St., 212-517-2400, www.eighteenrestaurant.com) Oceana Photo Credit: Paul Johnson Passover is a two-day, four-course affair at Oceana. For $95, guests can enjoy this Passover dinner April 19 and 20, which includes matzo ball soup, seared yellowfin tuna, arctic char, hanger steak, braised chicken, flourless chocolate cake and more. For an additional $50, guests can also get wine pairings throughout the dinner. (120 W. 49th St., 212-759-5941, www.oceanarestaurant.com) Boulud Sud Photo Credit: Dinex Group It’s hard to feel like you’re not in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea when eating this Passover meal. The three-course prix-fixe is $95 per person and includes Moroccan spring carrot salad, slow baked Atlantic cod, coconut macaroon Gâteau, and more. (20 W. 64th St., 212-595-1313, www.bouludsud.com) Bubby's Photo Credit: Alex Stein This restaurant wants people of all ages to bring their own Haggadah to Seder on April 19 and 20 at their Tribeca location. The $75 Passover meal includes four courses with parsley salad, horroset, matzo ball soup, pot roast, three berry matzo pie, and more. Seder will be available from 5 to 11 p.m. and reservations are two hours long. Note that the meal is not Kosher. (120 Hudson St., 212-219-0666, www.bubbys.com) Bar Boulud Photo Credit: Dinex Group Unlike its sister restaurant Boulud Sud, this bar is providing a simpler Passover Seder menu. The meal is $75 per person and includes matzo ball soup, potato latkes, braised brisket and manjari chocolate mousse. (1900 Broadway, 212-595-0303, www.barboulud.com) Pastrami Queen Photo Credit: Molly Tavoletti Bringing this catered menu to the Seder will certainly make anyone the queen of the table for the night. Pastrami Queen is offering a fully catered meal — prepared in a Kosher kitchen — for four people for $160, which includes gefilte fish, matzo ball soup, chicken or brisket with gravy, potato kugel, carrot tzimmes and flourless chocolate cake. The meal can also be ordered a la carte and be delivered. (233 W. 49th St., 646-490-8200, www.pastramiqueen.com) Green Fig Photo Credit: Green Fig Israeli Chef Yuval Litmanovich is bringing the Holy Land to the Seder table April 19 and 20 with a three-course menu. The prix-fixe deal is $49 per person and comes with choices of chopped liver, chicken and matzo ball soup, short ribs, branzino, matzo layered cake and banana-matzo pudding. (570 10th Ave., 646-449-7790, www.onfournyc.com) Talia’s Steakhouse Photo Credit: Talia's Steakhouse Talia’s will provide Seders at 5 and 8 p.m. — complete with candle lighting, Haggadahs, Seder plate and sweet wine – on April 19 and 20. The four-course kosher for Passover meals are $140 per adult and $100 per child and can be vegetarian with notice. Meal choices include salmon croquettes, vegetarian beet cakes, potato leek soup, veal scaloppini, Cornish hen, braised lamb shank and more. (668 Amsterdam Ave., 212-580-3770, taliassteakhouse.com) By Li Yakira Cohen Li.Cohen@amny.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.