When hunger strikes and you are on Melrose, there is now a great glatt kosher place to go to. The owner, Yoel, is a very sweet Jew, who is always in a good mood. Asked him, what happened? How did you expanded the place so nicely? He replies “it’s only to make another Jew feel happy”. The place have an Israeli touch to it. The Shawarma Lafa was pretty good, and made a great lunch. It tasted like the name of the place “Ta-eem” (Tasty).
For sure going back there.
Continue reading “Ta-eem (Tasty) , expands the restaurant on Melrose L’Shana Tova.”
Ralphs is a major supermarket chain in the Southern California area and the largest subsidiary of Cincinnati-based Kroger. It is the oldest such chain west of the Mississippi River. Kroger also operates stores under the Food 4 Less and Foods Co. names in California. Continue reading “The Largest Kosher Food Selection Sold By A Non Jewish Owned Supermarket In LA”
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Many Felafel and Shawarma places opened and closed on Pico Blvd, we really hope that ‘Grill n Pita’ is here to stay. The owner, Yaron Buganim, Continue reading “Grill n Pita brings the taste of Israel’s street food to Pico, and does it well.”
Bistro Natalie offers a local rustic Mediterranean inspired French Bistro Menu by Executive Chef Todd Aarons. In everything they create, they strive to bring unique bold flavors. Continue reading “26 restaurant on Pico changes owners, turns fleishig, then gets a new name.”
Sliding in under the radar during the holidays, chef Alex Reznik threw open the doors to Ditmas Kitchen and Cocktails this week, his new Pico-Robertson neighborhood restaurant full of communal tables and farm-to-table aesthetics on one side, and a white-tablecloth dining room on the other. Reznik hit the local scene at Ivan Kane’s Cafe Was during his Top Chef: New Orleans stint, and then went on to open the kosher steak and sushi spot La Seine. Ditmas is his first solo venture as chef and owner, so it’s more personal, from the name (inspired by the Brooklyn street Alex grew up near) to the culturally diverse menu of dishes inspired by family recipes. He’s serving up shareable plates like soft pretzels with horseradish mustard; whitefish rillettes with brioche; short-rib flatbread with salsa verde and Fresno chiles; salmon pastrami with parsnip puree; and duck consomme with schmaltz matzo balls. And, yes, it’s kosher. Cocktails are made with small-batch spirits, seasonal ingredients and special housemade tinctures, and beers hail from local brewers and beyond. Ditmas opens daily from 4 PM-midnight.
8731 W. Pico Blvd.; 310-271-9300
This was out just before Pesach on Channel 5 News. SHOCKING NEWS!!
“LOS ANGELES (KTLA) — As Jews throughout Southern California prepare to celebrate Passover, a huge local distributor of Kosher meats has been stripped of its RCC certification. Continue reading “ALERT!!! ‘Doheny Kosher Meats’ Found Faking Glatt Kosher Meats For Profit.”
In a massage sent to Anash by Rabbi Yehuda Bukspan on March 11, 2013 we got notified that the two locations that were certified lost their hechsher.
This is a copy of the massage sent by Rabbi Bukspan.
Date: March 11, 2013, 12:10:22 AM PDT
Subject: [Anash] Message from Rabbi Yehudah Bukspan
Chapa Grill Restaurants located at:
14845 Burbank Blvd.
Sherman Oaks, CA 91411
6256 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90048
are no longer kosher.
It was packed, no room to seat. One waiter drooped a tray full of breakables to the floor. Continue reading “Fathers day at Shilo’s modern steak house.”