Aaron Clayton, the owner of Origin Cafe took time out of his busy schedule, to sit down with us, and answer some of the questions that comes up when you walk into his kosher culinary heaven here on Pico Blvd. Enjoy. Continue reading “A Fascinating Interview with ‘Origin Cafe’ Chef and Owner. Must Read.”
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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Owner Natalie Sultan is the driving force behind this endeavor. Natalie Zenatti (Sultan) was born in a suburb of Paris, France. Natalie’s Love of Italian food and coking Italian dishes for her family & friends drew her lifelong dream of opening a Kosher Dairy Italian Restaurant.
After owning and operating a candy store in France for over two decades, Natalie and her husband Stephane and her two daughters Leslie & Elsa, moved in Los Angeles in 2006 to open The 26 Restaurant.
After over 6 Years of success, as dairy restaurant 26 became a meat restaurant under the tutelage of world famous Chef Todd Aarons and opened in September 2013, and Natalie finally got her lifetime dream of opening her own restaurant. Natalie assembled a unique culinary team to put together a menu of simple but elegant ingredients to create menu items like our Homemade Cheese & Mushroom Ravioli, Mushroom Risotto, Panko Crusted Chilean Sea Bass or one of our many Handmade Pizza’s baked in our house wood-fire grill.
Trattoria Natalie is Strictly Kosher Under Kehilla Kosher Supervision of L.A.
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”