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Miznon Shabbat dinner
Photograph: Miznon

The best Rosh Hashanah deliveries in Melbourne

From honey cake to toffee apples, these Melbourne eateries invite you to celebrate Jewish New Year the right way

By Time Out editors

Shanah tovah um'tukah! Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year) is taking place from Friday, September 18 to Sunday, September 20 this year, and we’ve put together a list of Melbourne’s much-loved eateries featuring classic Jewish meals.

Honey and apples are said to bring sweetness into the Jewish New Year, and Melburnians could all use that right about now. Check out your options for this festive season below. 

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The Left Handed Chef Shabbat dinner for delivery
Photograph: Dean Schmideg

The Left-Handed Chef

Restaurants Middle Eastern South Melbourne

If you’re seeking authentic Israeli food, look no further than the Left-Handed Chef. Chef Ehud Malka has changed up his Shabbat Family Dinner to include a round challah and honey cake in place of babka, and is offering a crisp apple strudel for this weekend only. Each order will also receive some complimentary apple and honey. Place your delivery or takeaway order via Mr Yum here.

Golda Restaurant Shabbat dinner for delivery
Photograph: Golda


Restaurants Middle Eastern Prahran

Celebrate with a specially curated four-course set menu by chef Rotem Papo, which promises “a melting pot of North African, Middle Eastern and European flavours”. It's priced at $140 for two, and you can get amongst dishes like chicken soup with duck kreplach and dill oil, roasted spring lamb, and honey cake with caramelised apple. Order from the website here.

Miznon Shabbat dinner for delivery
Photograph: Miznon


Restaurants Middle Eastern Melbourne

This one’s mainly for the vegetarians. Miznon’s New Year Box is available for delivery this Friday, September 18 only, and it comes with a variety of hearty dishes like honey cake, sweet challah, stuffed dates in cream, beetroot and horseradish relish, apple and honey, and more, plus a delicate chicken liver pâté for the carnivores.

Place your order via the website here.

New Jaffa Rosh Hashanah meal
Photograph: New Jaffa

New Jaffa

Restaurants Middle Eastern Collingwood

New Jaffa’s Dinner Box offers the gift of choice this Rosh Hashanah and allows you to choose your own mains, sides and desserts from a wide range of dishes including chicken tagine with potato and prunes, beef meatballs in Middle Eastern preserved lemon sauce, Turkistan bread, chocolate mousse with homemade halva and more. 

Priced at $80 for two, the box is available for delivery in select suburbs, and you can place your orders and find more information here.

Bupkis Rosh Hashanah meal
Photograph: Bupkis


When chef Saul Finberg was stood down in his role at Bistro Guillaume earlier this year, he decided to get innovative. The result? Delicious babkas and baked goods for us to enjoy in the comfort of our own homes. Try out some of his Rosh Hashanah specials, which include honey apple caramel babka, a honey dacquoise sponge, or a brown butter apple crumble. Each item serves eight to ten people and can be ordered by sliding into his Instagram DMs.

The Leaf Store
Photograph: The Leaf Store

The Leaf Store

Shopping Elwood

It doesn’t get any sweeter than this. The Leaf Store’s Rosh Hashanah Hamper embodies spring and the new year with its selection of orange blossom honey, toffee apples, homemade apple cake, pomegranate and four types of apples – so everyone’s happy! Place your order here

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