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China Beach Kosher Chinese restaurant is a wonderful place to dine for Pesach and year round. The restaurant, located at 3919 Alton Road in Miami Beach, is under the glatt kosher supervision of the KM, Kosher Miami.

A much anticipated Passover menu will be released soon and China Beach chefs promise a wide selection of scrumptious kasher l’Pesach choices.

The regular menu is full and every item is flavorful and fresh. The tasty appetizers and soups are a lovely start to a meal. Entrees include choices of well-prepared chicken and beef selections. Chop suey, lo mein, fried rice, tofu and vegetables are all mouth-watering. Noodle dishes are especially delightful. The children’s menu is yummy. Desserts are sweet and delicious.

China Beach offers lunch and dinner specials, family packs and Shabbat meals. Let them cater your next party or make a tray for a special occasion. Dine in or take out and take advantage of the convenient delivery service.

The restaurant will be open until 11 p.m. Thursday night, April 5, before the holiday. They will kasher and clean all the rest of that night, and reopen kosher for Pesach on Monday morning after the first two days of Yom Tov.

Call China Beach at 305-534-3034 for more information or to place an order.

About the Author: Shelley Benveniste is South Florida editor of The Jewish Press.


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