The newest Kosher restaurant is off to a solid, if unspectacular start. Located on Robertson Blvd on the west side of Cashio ( 1437 S. Robertson Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90035-3414 p: 310 201 0950), the place itself has been nicely redone and offers plenty of seating both inside and out.
Owned by the same family that operates the fish counter at Eilat Market, so as expected the fresh fish dishes are absolutely excellent. The wild salmon and sea bass were both very fresh and generous. The sauces were complex and perfectly matched the descriptions on the menu and also as explained by the very helpful server. Friends ordered the tuna burger which they found to be overcooked and dry, and a pizza which had a crust which was too thick. Desserts are among the best in town. Although Delice gets the prize for authentic French elegance, these fruit torts were as delicious and fresh as any around. Pricing is reasonable. Recommended.
Click here. All the first few results for kosher restaurants in 90035 showed great scores.
Featured Kosher restaurant of the month: King David Grill — a “hole in the wall” restaurant on the south side of Pico east of La Cienega features the best authentic Israeli style foods in town. Very modestly priced. Food always fresh and delicious – plus you can BYOB so there’s additional savings there. Perfect for these times of economic recession / depression.
King David Grill ($$)
Middle Eastern, Kosher
6118 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles 90035
Btwn Alvira St & S La Cienega Blvd
The Kosushi / Fusion place is being remodeled to become similar to the Aroma Cafe in the Valley – an authentic Israeli style restaurant / cafe will be opening – great coffee and excellent Israeli foods – emphasis on the open hearth in which most of the foods will be baked / cooked.
Everything is being done by professionals and a top chef formerly from Aroma is a part of the owning group. Should be a great addition to the PicoRob scene.
From Eater LA:
A reader query: “So there’s a restaurant location at the corner of Robertson and the Southwest side of Cashio (south of Pico) that has changed from a lame expensive Italian joint to a lame expensive ‘Fusion Sushi’ joint named Fu-Zen. Well Fu-Zen didn’t last long and now they’re ripping the place apart to make it something else. Any leads on what it might be? I’m crossing my fingers for a brewpub but I’m sure there’s a .05% chance that’s the case” Public records show that something called Art Cafe and Restaurant is moving in. That’s all we’ve got for now.
The premises formerly occupied by Prime Grill (Rodeo Collection, 421 N. Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills) are now the new home of the “Cow Jumped Over The Moon” Restaurant. The old Cow Jumps cheese ‘n wine store is still exactly where it was – right near the parking lot where plentiful car fumes dull the senses and choke the lungs as one picks from the finest imported delicacies.
But the restaurant is grand, spacious and welcoming. The food is simple, fresh and delicious – and magnificently prepared. Pricing is reasonable – and the genuinely warm welcome one receives from the owner and the staff is a great start to any meal.
* The Baca Grande at Pats – Available only on Tuesday nights for two.
* The Long-roasted lamb shanks at Delice Bistro.
The Best Meal Value in Pico-Robertson: The shwarma at Nagilla.
The owner, Julien Bohbot, makes you feel like you are stepping into his home. He has the European class of the master restauranteur. This isn’t just a business for him, it’s a passion.
The chef, Jean Claude Lashkar, is also first-class.
The food is great. The ambiance is great.
•Delice Bistro Menu
8581 West Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, California 90035