This Kehila Kosher (meaning, two separate kitchens for milk and meat products) restaurant on Pico Boulevard has been a neighborhood staple since day one. The restaurant is split into two sections: one side serves milk products (like their famous pizza, sold by the slice or whole), while the other is known as the Meating Place, where the menu boasts shawarma and other meat-centrics dishes. Order the falafel at the Meating Place (entrance is on the right when you enter), which comes with either a pita accompanied by salad and tahini ($6.95), or wrapped in laffa bread with Israeli salad, hummus, fries and tahini ($9.45)—we prefer the latter. Full disclosure: come hungry, as this hearty (and massive) laffa sandwich includes at least three deep-fried falafel balls, and is wrapped up with all the traditional fixings—including fries.
9407 W Pico Blvd
|Opening hours:||Sun-Thu 11am-9pm; Fri 11am-2pm; Sat 1 hour after sundown-midnight|
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