Got Kosher?

★★★★★
  • 8914 W Pico Blvd

    Los Angeles, CA 90035

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  • 310-858-1920

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Sun-Thu: 11am-9pm, Fri: 8am-4pm

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Got Kosher? has a new menu (in-house cured pastrami; homemade rye); a new loyalty program card (free challahs, lunches and dinners)... they have not had sushi or chicken wrap for over a year...they are famous for their prize-winning

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★★★★★

Got Kosher? has a new menu (in-house cured pastrami; homemade rye); a new loyalty program card (free challahs, lunches and dinners)... they have not had sushi or chicken wrap for over a year...they are famous for their prize-winning

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Food is inconsistant. I usually order a nicoise lunch at both the old restaurant AND the NEW restaurant. I went for dinner once and tried to order the nicoise salad and it was soarly dissapointed. It wasn't not even the same salad and they skimped on a lot of the ingredients! When I asked about it the said they had a ""night crew"" and a ""day crew"" that do different things with the food. I dont care who prepares it, I just want my usual salad!

Worse is the service, they said that the night crew doesn't prepare the lunch menu items and that I should have been ordering from the dinner menu. I would have but it was never offered! There were three different wait staff who spoke about the food and not one apologized for the sub-par salad or not offering a the dinner menu in the first place.

Got Kosher, tries to be gourmet and tries to offer service when they say ""we'll take care of it"". But at the end of the day it's a $10-$15 plate kind of place so you can't expect a lot and you can be sure the staff doesn't either.

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★★☆☆☆

Food is inconsistant. I usually order a nicoise lunch at both the old restaurant AND the NEW restaurant. I went for dinner once and tried to order the nicoise salad and it was soarly dissapointed. It wasn't not even the same salad and they skimped on a lot of the ingredients! When I asked about it the said they had a ""night crew"" and a ""day crew"" that do different things with the food. I dont care who prepares it, I just want my usual salad!

Worse is the service, they said that the night crew doesn't prepare the lunch menu items and that I should have been ordering from the dinner menu. I would have but it was never offered! There were three different wait staff who spoke about the food and not one apologized for the sub-par salad or not offering a the dinner menu in the first place.

Got Kosher, tries to be gourmet and tries to offer service when they say ""we'll take care of it"". But at the end of the day it's a $10-$15 plate kind of place so you can't expect a lot and you can be sure the staff doesn't either.

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the small kosher deli on pico (a little hard to find) is the best la kosher food i've had so far. i love their pretzel challah my family buys on shabbat dinner, its sooo good! and the middle eastern/moroccan salads they sell in the case are really tasty. love coming here for dinner, definitely recommend it. Hope they expand!

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★★★★★

the small kosher deli on pico (a little hard to find) is the best la kosher food i've had so far. i love their pretzel challah my family buys on shabbat dinner, its sooo good! and the middle eastern/moroccan salads they sell in the case are really tasty. love coming here for dinner, definitely recommend it. Hope they expand!

Pros: presentation and quality

Cons: seating on sidewalk, none inside. small place

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Really! Excellent food. Fresh. Healthy. I really like the chicken wrap and tunisian sandwich. Barbeque brisket was excellent. Good sushi, too. Great find for the LA kosher community. Nice folks and good service, too.

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★★★★★

Really! Excellent food. Fresh. Healthy. I really like the chicken wrap and tunisian sandwich. Barbeque brisket was excellent. Good sushi, too. Great find for the LA kosher community. Nice folks and good service, too.

Pros: Fresh, healthy, tasty food

Cons: Need more seating.

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What can I say regarding the previous post...I called the RCC; there is no claim that has ever been filed. Sadly, I feel someone is trying to smear a great business for our community. The food from start to finish was simply the best. Restaurant quality food at take out prices. Finally, a kosher place that caters to those of us who want gourmet food. They make themed foods everyday of the week. From Indian food on Monday's to Asian on Tuesday, Italian on Wednesday, Moroccan on Thursday, Ashkenazi on Fridays 7 the best BBQ kosher or otherwise on Sundays. There staff is friendly and knowledgeable and has consistently gone out of their way to provide service even though they are technically a counter service establishment.\r
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Specifically to what I ate. I had ""Alain's Tunisians Tuna Sandwich"" which was great! They make their own Harissa sauce which was just right. It reminded me of my wife's harissa and she's Israeli Moroccan! I also had their pareve cheescake...equally amazing! If you like kosher gourmet food...go visit Got Kosher and judge for yourself. Clean, Friendly and well priced.

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★★★★★

What can I say regarding the previous post...I called the RCC; there is no claim that has ever been filed. Sadly, I feel someone is trying to smear a great business for our community. The food from start to finish was simply the best. Restaurant quality food at take out prices. Finally, a kosher place that caters to those of us who want gourmet food. They make themed foods everyday of the week. From Indian food on Monday's to Asian on Tuesday, Italian on Wednesday, Moroccan on Thursday, Ashkenazi on Fridays 7 the best BBQ kosher or otherwise on Sundays. There staff is friendly and knowledgeable and has consistently gone out of their way to provide service even though they are technically a counter service establishment.\r
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Specifically to what I ate. I had ""Alain's Tunisians Tuna Sandwich"" which was great! They make their own Harissa sauce which was just right. It reminded me of my wife's harissa and she's Israeli Moroccan! I also had their pareve cheescake...equally amazing! If you like kosher gourmet food...go visit Got Kosher and judge for yourself. Clean, Friendly and well priced.

Pros: Gourmet Kosher Takeout at Low prices

Cons: Not enough seating for large parties; hope they expand soon!!

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Hmmm I had the most delicious chicken kabob with garlic sauce. Their menu has from panini sandwiches to fresh sushi and tasty food to go!

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★★★★★

Hmmm I had the most delicious chicken kabob with garlic sauce. Their menu has from panini sandwiches to fresh sushi and tasty food to go!

Pros: Excellent Menu

Cons: Not enough seats

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The French-Tunisian cuisine of Got Kosher? reflects the heritage of owner Alain Cohen, who was born in Tunisia and raised in Paris, France. Specialty items include pretzel challah, sandwiches, Tunisian cous cous feast menus, and even…

 

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