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Seattle Kosher-style Catering

On Safari specializes in kosher-style catering. All meals made in our catering kitchen can be prepared kosher-style in keeping with meat or dairy meals, and we can use kosher meats upon request for an additional cost.

Meals can be prepared kosher or Glatt kosher if cooked in a kosher kitchen. We have a $1,500 minimum for food alone, which does not include kitchen rental fees. On Safari Foods is a preferred caterer at many kosher synagogues in Seattle, and is a preferred vendor at UW Hillel.


All items are subject to seasonal availability.  We are happy to provide vegetarian (v), vegan (vg), and gluten-free (gf) options.

*Please note that not all of our items are available for Kosher catering, Inquire when ordering*

Customizable Kiddush bagged lunches now available.

Contact us today to place an order.


Sephardic Luncheon

House-made hummus with pita bread

Spanakopita, made in-house with fresh spinach, ricotta, and feta cheese

Greek salad made with Israeli feta


Ashkenazi Luncheon
Assorted bagels with plain cream cheese  (3/4 bagel, 1tbsp)

Lox cream cheese – sub for plain

Platter of cucumber, tomato, and onion

Egg salad (1 cup)

Caesar salad 

Falafel Bar
Pita bread and house-made hummus

House-made fried falafel

Selection of falafel sauces (2tbsp)

  • Tahini

  • Tzatziki

  • Z’hug


Greek salad 

Eggplant salad

Salat pilpelim 


Savory Additions (MP)
Smoked trout (2oz)
Lox (2oz)
Baked salmon (3oz)


Sweet Endings

Fresh fruit platter

Platter of cookies 
Platter of bars 

Blintz loaf with berry compote and crème fraiche 


Traditional Breads
House-made challah - plain, sesame, or poppy
House-made challah rolls, served with butter or margarine - plain, sesame, or poppy 


Beverage Service

Caffe Vita coffee service – regular and/or decaf 

​Tea service 
Juice, choice of: orange, cranberry, apple, tomato, grapefruit 

Freshly brewed iced tea 

On Safari’s signature sparkling punch of apple, mint, and lime 


"One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.”
Virginia Woolf

A Traditional Dinner

Vegetable crudités, challah rolls and parve spread

Served Family Style:

Chicken soup with matzoh balls

Herb roasted chicken with roasted and seasonal vegetables

The Dessert:

Parve Chocolate Cake


A Little Local Flavor 

Vegetable crudités with tomato-basil dipping sauce, challah rolls, housemade organic brown bread and butter

The Soup:

Harira (parve)

Served Family-Style:

Wild Salmon Salmoriglio, roasted red potatoes, medley of roasted root vegetables and broccolini.

The Dessert:

Chocolate Mousse with Poached Pears

Mediterranean-style Friday Night 

Israeli salad

On the Buffet:

Moroccan chicken tagine, lemony couscous and sautéed seasonal vegetable


Pear Almond Tart


A Brisket Feast

Vegetable crudités, challah rolls, tomato, basil and olive oil dip, and a salad of mixed greens with candied pecans, berries, and berry vinaigrette.

Served Family Style:

Brisket of beef, slow cooked root vegetable tzimmes, roasted red potatoes, and seasonal green vegetable


Apple crumble, served with Rich’s cream

A Spiced Up Dinner

Vegetable crudités with tomato-basil dipping sauce, challah rolls with margarine, chopped herring, and tomato lentil soup

Served Family Style:

Tandoori-rubbed chicken, roasted red potatoes, broccolini and roasted root vegetables

Vegetarian Option:

Roasted acorn squash, stuffed with quinoa and veggies


Cape Brandy tart served with Rich’s cream

Brownies for the kids

A Simple, but Popular Chicken Dinner 

Buffet Dinner:

Salad of greens and arugula, with lemon vinaigrette

Challah rolls

Thyme-roasted chicken, with a berry sauce

Roasted red potatoes

Sautéed seasonal vegetables

Roasted tomatoes

Pavlova, with fresh berries and Rich’s cream

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