Kosher Restaurant Deals in Los Angeles
Eating authentically prepared food lets you taste the very essence of a country and draw far fewer glares than chewing on its national flag. Nibble your way through Israel with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of Israeli cuisine at Itzik Hagadol Grill in Encino. Itzik Hagadol Grill's chefs sizzle skewered meats inside a traditional taboon oven to delight diners and make the restaurant's sister location in Yafo, Israel proud. Using local cuts of protein, with kosher meats avalible, cooks fashion trademark house kebabs of veal and lamb ($11.99 for one skewer; $17.99 for two), which flaunt delicious ...
Salmon served straight from the ocean is fresh, but salmon served straight from Will Smith is fresher. Indulge in fresh fare with this Groupon. $10 for $20 Worth of Seafood, Pastas, Sandwiches, and Non-Alcoholic Drinks The menu of certified-kosher seafood includes a tuna-salad sandwich ($8.95), a pair of crispy fish tacos ($8.95), mesquite-grilled sea bass ($14.95), and a salmon fillet atop angel-hair pasta ($13.95). Fish Grill When relatives wanted to locate Aharon Klein at a family barbecue, they always knew where to find him: behind the grill. An insatiable culinary tinkerer, Aharon would constantly experiment with new marinades and seasonings ...
Gentiles and Jewish folks alike know it's hard enough to get a decent bagel this side of the Mississippi, but when it comes to Jewish delicacies, Got Kosher? Cafe will be your temple: Pay $12 for $24 to spend on food and drink at this Pico-Robertson restaurant and catering company that's raising the bar for kosher cuisine. Providing "soul food for the mainstream," this cafe fills the food void of your Bubbe's cooking with gourmet takes on classics like matzah ball soup, kugel, and the highly lauded pretzel challah. If you're craving something beyond deli fare, taste a wide variety of Tunisian-inspired dishes, like lamb shank tajine with artichokes and harissa, or couscous with braised chicken and chicken meatballs. Since 2008, chef Alain Cohen has transformed this modest take-out spot into a booming and tasty community hangout for lunch and dinner. Whether you're looking for a quick nosh or a traditional Shabbat dinner, you won't have to head back east for a proper kosher feast. Want more? Check out Got Kosher? Cafe on Facebook.