It’s always sad to see a kosher place closing up. Yesterday I went to Delice Bakery (By Far the best Kosher Bakery in town) for breakfast, Continue reading “Delice Bistro – another casualty of the recession”
Pico Robertson area is known for it’s great Kosher Restaurants, and variety of places. Lately we are witnessing a large and growing number of new Shawarma places. So lets count together:
Continue reading “Do we really love Shawarma so much???”
New kosher Vegan Thai Place on Pico and Glenville
It is located right where Glatt Hut used to be. The Thai owner bought it, renovated it, got kosher supervision from Kosher LA (Rabbi Ben Zaken) and there we have it. A much needed addition to the Pico Robertson Kosher Restaurant scene. (310) 248-2777 tell them you saw it on My Kosher LA and ask for 10% off
Continue reading “From Thai food to Shawarma and A Schnitzel Bar, Pico Blvd Kosher scene is Booming”
When I was diagnosed with allergies to wheat and dairy back in 2003, I thought my whole world was going to crumble. I was so confused about these allergies so I headed to the grocery store to see what my options were. It only made things worse. Gluten and dairy were in everything, it seemed and the products that were ok for me to eat were not appetizing or appealing in any way. I pouted my way down the aisles of the grocery store and ended up buying an Asian pear and a box of tissue to wipe away my tears. Continue reading “BabyCakes NYC comes to Los Angeles”
Delice Bistro is one of the most surprising Glatt kosher spots in LA. It is located in the heart of the Pico/Robertson neighborhood.
We arrived to the restaurant around 5:50 pm, there is complimentary valet parking available starting at 6:00 pm, so keep that in mind. When we walked in, we received a very delightful and warm welcome from the staff and especially from the owner Julian.
Julian, 55 years old, was born in Morocco and grew up in Paris. He came to the US in 1980 and was doing real estate for 19 years. Nearly 8 years ago, he decided to start a french bakery, because he couldn’t find a good kosher one in the area. The bakery became a huge success in the community, and people started asking him to open a restaurant. He invested almost a million dollars in his new bistro, that opened up only 18 months ago. His mission was to let the Kosher community have a restaurant they can be proud of. When I called Julian and told him about myKosherLA.com, he was very excited to meet us. We made a reservation to have dinner on a weekday evening.
Here are the details of our dining experience:
The atmosphere is very romantic and cozy, a perfect setting for a spectacular evening with a date.
There is a beautiful Eiffel tower that stands 18 feet tall in the center of the restaurant that will give you that French/Paris look and feel. The staff were all so kind and professional, you can tell they really care about their customers. The set up was classy and intriguing, fine dining at its best.
After reviewing a wide variety of fine and delicate options on the menu, we made our selections.
The house red wine is smooth and tasty.
Appetizers were out of this world. We chose the Eiffel Tower tartar, we gave it 10 out of 10.
Then we had the Crab cake (with imitation crab meat of course!) and we gave it 10 out of 10.
The Bread basket is awesome and deserves 10 out of 10, together with the house hummus and starters.
Then came the Spinach Salad which has a unique combination of cranberries, mandarin, walnuts, and avocado all complimenting eachother perfectly. This was so delicious we couldn’t stop talking about it. 10 out of 10
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Free range Stuffed Chicken Breast, very delightful soft and tasty. 10 out of 10.
Sandabs white fish with onion and parsley, full of flavor and french aroma. 10 out 10.
Apple tart with ice cream – it’s like going to heaven and back sooooo yummi. 10 out of 10 Great to share with the table.
We enjoyed our apple tart with a fresh Moroccan tea to accompany it, a great end to an impressive dinner.
By: Uzi Moses
January 6, 2010