Palm Springs, California has been a vacation destination for many frum Jews – including numerous rebbes and rabbanim – for decades. Yet, despite its popularity with frum vacationers, Palm Springs has never had a kosher take-out – until now.
Reb Shayale’s Kitchen, a brand-new take-out with a seating area in Palm Springs offering top-of-the-line kosher fare at affordable prices, has opened in the city, providing a long-needed service to frum travelers from across the United States and the world.
The take-out’s opening is the culmination of years-long efforts by Reb Hershel Spitz, a Brooklyn resident who for the past many years spends the winter months in Palm Springs.
Located at 250 East Palm Canyon Drive, next door to the Shul, the takeout boasts a full lineup of delectable dishes prepared by a master chef, as well as a full Shabbos takeout section. All food is under the Hisachdus Harabanim Hechsher, using KJ Meats.
The eatery is sure to attract more frum visitors to Palm Springs, an oasis in the California desert.
To contact the eatery or for orders ahead of vacation, you can email [email protected] or call Chaim at (323) 394-7158.