Burnt Offerings, Nevada’s only Orthodox Union (OU) Kosher Certified Restaurant, is bringing a fresh approach to Kosher dining to the greater Las Vegas Valley. This distinct certification brings a whole new level to mindful eating with a 24-hour surveillance of the restaurant’s kitchen and an on-site, full-time kosher supervisor to maintain the restaurant’s status.
“We felt that it was necessary to achieve the highest level of Kosher certification to bring peace of mind to our patrons,” said Executive Chef Jennifer Eckmann. “Not only is this important for our Jewish guests with strict Kosher dietary restrictions, but the certification is also appealing to our vegan customers, guests with allergies as well as those who may be focusing on mindful eating as we are able to ensure that there is no cross-contamination with animal products. There’s something for everyone on our menu.”
The restaurant features a dairy-free and shellfish-free menu with only the highest quality Kosher meats available. Guests won’t find any sort of shellfish on the menu. Instead, Chef Jennifer Eckmann has created a new-yiddish, pan-fusion menu including modern Jewish dishes, American classics, Italian staples and Polish imports. The eclectic menu can be enjoyed for brunch, lunch or dinner. Kosher wines are available by the glass or by the bottle, and domestic, draught beers, specialty cocktails and mocktails make for the perfect pairing with any dish.
With less than 60 Orthodox Union Kosher Restaurants in the United States, this is the most internationally accepted certification when it comes to achieving a kosher kitchen. The certification is a true testament to providing an incredible and safe dining experience each and every time. This certification is especially important during these times of uncertainty due to the high-standard of cleanliness that the kitchen is held.
Reservations are highly suggested by calling 702-848-2876. Hours of operation are Sunday through Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and closed Saturday.