Sami-Makolet, aka Sami’s Grocery, has sold imported Israeli food since 1981. Curious customers can try classic Israeli snacks such as peanut butter-flavored Bamba puffs and Bissli chips in various flavors (try finding falafel or taco at a 7-11) or the decadent, non-dairy Hashachar chocolate spread that rivals Nutella when added to toasted pita or fresh challah. Or just head straight to the fridge where you’ll find an endless variety of Sabra hummus (Supremely Spicy and Olive Tapenade, anyone?).
|Venue name:||Sami Makolet (Sami's Fairfax Grocery)|
513 N Fairfax Ave
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu 8am-7:30pm; Fri 8am- varied; Sun 8am-6:30pm|
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Sami's Grocery is such an amAzing spot!! *\O/* They have a very large variety of kosher food at great prices!! I went in for my very first time today and got the very last bag of pita bread (; it sells out quick, so your hands better grab yours fast! ;) and Mexican Turkey and Edam cheese to put onto my pita. They take EBT cards too!! They're on Fairfax Blvd. in Los Angeles, diagonally across the street from Toni & Guy Salon School (which is on the corner) and a couple of shops down from Pita Bar & Grill restaurant. You will see the iconic Canter's Bakery & Deli in the opposite direction.