8914 West Pico Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90035
Type Of Cuisine: Jewish
Dates Visited: 1/18/15
Interesting place owned by Tunisians who lived in France before coming to California. The plates add a twist to the classic fare and sometimes they get the right result, sometimes I am hesitant to say that I liked that particular assortment. Overall, it is a pleasant place where I do not mind to go back. Decor is clean but poor, a window table is better than one in the corridor.
A cute little cafe where you can go and order unusual foods. On the weekends they have a nice selection of barbecue dishes. They chicken schnitzel on a pretzel is a great sandwich as is the Schwarz-guez sausage sandwich. Each comes with your choice of french fries or salad. The Paleo-Mediterranean salad, with steak and a ton of vegetables, is a huge and filling choice.