It started with Kosher Subway’s next door neighbor YOGO ( a frozen yogurt shop that served pretty bad frozen yogurt, started as Cholov Israel, went Cholov Stam, and closed it’s doors 2 months ago), and continued with waking up this morning to see the following status on Facebook from Kenny Lowenstein, a friend, and a former mashgiach of Kosher Subway:
Finally, after months of anticipation, Milky’s Frozen Yogurt is opening today with 18 machines, and hundreds of rotating flavors! Continue reading “Milky’s Frozen Yogurt opens with Berri Good Vegan flavors and rotating OU-D flavors.”
There is no better way to prepare ourselves for Rosh Hashana than by sharing a Mitzvah!!! Continue reading “In the mood for Israeli food? Come to “Shabbos in Israel” Outreach Shabbaton Sep 16th.”
Pico Robertson is now for sure a kosher heaven. Now we have MexiKosher, a Kosher Mexican restaurant. My wife always dreamed about it, and it looks like her prayers have been answered. The owner Katsuji Tanabe, previously worked as a chef at Shilo’s Steakhouse. Katsuji is half Japanese and half Mexican which is definitely a very interesting mix, and therefore the food is very creative.
Continue reading “A former Shilo’s chef opens up a Kosher Mexican joint on Pico.”
BIG NEWS! You can now order Jeff’s famous Salami and Turkey Cajun Sticks as well as the Teriyaki and South African Jerky anywhere in the U.S.A right on Jeff’s Facebook Page! Continue reading “Jeff’s Gourmet Kosher Sausage Factory new ONLINE Shop…”
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???”
Just got back from Savyon, a new healthy and organic kosher restaurant serving organic salads, panini’s and many other vegetarian dishes full of greens; a much needed addition to the Pico kosher restaurants scene.