Kosher Restaurants in Los Angeles and Vicinity

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You don’t have to be Jewish to enjoy the delicacy of kosher food. The prohibitions of mixing meat with milk or wine with grape fruit might sound intimidating for some but don’t let that keep you away from experiencing the other delicious dishes that Kosher can offer. There are several kosher restaurants in LA and therefore you have to know which ones are good and which ones are not and this is exactly what this list will tell you.

Café Del Mar

12526 Burbank Blvd, Valley Village 91607
At Whitsett Ave

This is probably one of the cheapest kosher restaurants around Los Angeles but the food is still excellent. The service might not be that good at times and the atmosphere could be helped with better decorations. But if you want to pop in for a quick cheap lunch or dinner with no fuss then this is the place for you.

Haifa Restaurant

8717 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles 90035
Btwn S Wooster & S Shenandoah St

This restaurant also offers Middle Eastern cuisine. It is one of the fewest restaurants that will give you a true Israeli dining feel. Try their Schwarma. The atmosphere is nice and the people who work there are friendly. The prices vary from low to moderate.

Café Elite

7115 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles 90036
At N La Brea Ave

Definitely the best place to go for breakfast. The food is always fresh and you can’t help but notice the cleanliness in there. It is also located in center of an Orthodox community. Prices are very reasonable.

King David Grill

6118 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles 90035
Btwn Alvira St & S La Cienega Blvd

If down to earth places are what you are looking for then you can stop here. It does not only offer a very relaxed atmosphere but also great grilled meats that come with the best service. Can be a little bit on the pricy side but that depends on what you order.

Kolah Farangi

9180 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles 90035
At Cardiff Ave

This place offers Chinese food too, but kosher is what people seek here. It has a spacious dining room and the service is good but somehow you have to push a little for the check. One thing to try here is the Soltani Kabob.

Nagila Kosher Pizza & Salads

9411 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles 90035
At Rexford Dr

Nagila can be a little bit pricy but how many restaurants offer kosher pizza? When you see t

he pizza you will doubt if you can eat it all, but when you do you will wish you had another one. The service is enjoyable and as far as atmosphere goes it is very simple.

La Gondola

9025 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles 90211
At N Doheny Dr

A very romantic place and will be the perfect spot for a first date. The food was simple amazing and the atmosphere is really nice. The service can be slow at times but overall this is one of the best kosher places in LA.

Nathan’s Kosherland

1636 Westwood Blvd, Los Angeles 90024
Btwn Massachusetts & Holman Ave

Up to a few years ago this place only served lunch and was more like a deli. But now they serve dinner too and expanded their space. This is the best place for dairy kosher foods as their food is always fresh. The service is very good and it will make you think that you are in a gourmet restaurant. Pricewise? Very cheap.

Pninat Hakeren

12514 Burbank Blvd, Valley Village 91607
At Whitsett Ave

If you want family home cooking kind of taste you should go here. The food is great but the atmosphere kind of puts people away. They have fluorescent lighting and some tables have no tablecloths, but price wise it’s cheap, so it’s all worth it.

Shula & Esther

519 N Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles 90036
Btwn Clinton St & Rosewood Ave

Prices are moderate to high, the atmosphere is good and the service is a little more than good. So why is this included? Because of their immaculate Lamb Shishlik. You should go and try it.

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