Order Indian Take out!
Please call or email: firstname.lastname@example.org to make your order. We accept cash or check.
- Tomato Soup : $5
- Mulligatawny (lentils, garlic, apple, ginger, onions and spices – more similar to a stew) $6
- Chana Masala (chick pea and tomato and spices dish) with rice: $10
- Curried Salmon with rice: $20
- Curried Corn and Potatoes: $4
- Cucumber Raita: $4
- Steamed Rice (included with main course, otherwise): $1
- Indian Special rice (with turmeric, onions, corn and peas): $3
Naan (according to the Indian restaurant I went to – “No Indian Meal is Complete without Bread”) : $5
Chocolate Decadence Cake with Raspberry sauce – $5
**The menu is subject to change.
This year again we will have our very popular simanim platter for Rosh Hashannah. For your seuda you can have delicious simanim and use them as appetizers for Rosh Hashannah. It will be $20 for 4 servings and $5 each additional serving.
Check back for the exact menu – but last year’s menu was:
Herbed Beet Salad 1/4 cup per serving
Moroccan Carrots 1/4 cup per serving
Leek and Onion Puff (1 per serving)
Mini Pumpkin savory tart (2 per serving)
Stuffed Dates with cous cous, onions and mushrooms (1 per serving)
Pomegranate Salsa 1/4 cup per person
Black Eyed Peas Chutney 1/4 cup per person
Also, we will post shortly our RH take out menu.
Leba D. Photography does amazing work! Here are some pictures from one of our weddings:
Sweet and Good Catering is a full service caterer – we will be pleased to help you come up with a menu for your next event! We’re under the Star-k and our focus is on delicious, gorgeously presented food.
Leba Dinovitz took some stellar pictures. She was amazing, as was Tzivi D. – the food stylist…. first picture being the delicious delectable chocolate mousse in a chocolate cup.
Our Indian Samosa – (Leba D. Photo) always a fan favorite appetizer.
7 Spiced Seared Tuna -(Leba D. photo) another fantastic appetizer – normally served with a dot of wasabi cream.
Always a good time for sushi (Leba D. photo)
One of our signature dishes – the zucchini weave with cous cous inside (although sometimes it’s rice, quinua or stuffing – photo by Leba D).
Sweet and Good Catering not only catered our wedding, they’ve catered intimate dinner parties in our home as well. Their menu is to die for, a varied and savory mix of ethnic temptations. Every bite is literally saturated with taste, bursting with a new flavor surprise for your palette. The originality and quality of the food offerings is paralleled only by their presentation. Bracha, company owner, is a gourmet genius. I’ve never witnessed such a combination of loving preparation, professionalism, and attention to detail. Until Sweet and Good Catering, it was impossible, to find local catered food that is on par with the quality and ethnic variety of that available in Los Angeles or New York. I love that I can order Cajun, French, Mexican or Moroccan-themed meals, to name a few, and that the food arrives elegantly packaged and easy to serve. Plus, it’s startling how affordable the prices are, exactly the same, or less, than what I’d be paying for bland, traditional take-out.
You MUST try the homemade pesto – it’s the best I’ve ever tasted – and the samosas with chutney. And there aren’t any words to describe the avocado and apple salad, it’s an entirely new level of sensory experience.