Is one of my favourite foods when properly made and I think Jitlada does a good job here.
Although I sticked to a small menu (had a craving for Tom Yam and green mango salad) it was well prepared. My friends enjoyed a variety of curries and vegetable dishes.
The place is packed, the prices are reasonable so they must be doing something really well :)
Good service, very friendly and trying to make you feel at home.
A place to remember and return to.
I can only say one thing: it's a true fabric paradise.
With great helpful and knowledgeable staff.
Not inexpensive, but worth every single penny.
Papa Cristo rules a tight ship in this deli/supermarket.
And does an excellent job with a big smile.
Order your food in the deli and take it with you or sit down at one of the many tables, help yourself to as many free olives and peppers as you like.
The lamb chops are absolutely amazing, served with pita bread, sauces, Greek salad and roasted potatoes.
Their desserts are truly amazing... I love the baklava with custard.
Their deli section has great bread (freshly baked on the premises), cheeses, olive oil and more than I can possibly describe here.
Worth to try out.
You will return... like I do.
Service can be a bit rude but not more than elsewhere in LA.
Clean, good food and inexpensive.
What else can we wish for when it comes to falafel ?
The food is nothing to write home about, so I will refrain.
The service is incredibly rude...
Could have been a great, location, space.
but it simply does not do the trick for me.
The Elat Market is a grocery store located on Pico between Robertson and La Ci on the South side of the street. They have fresh produce and kosher foods as well as fish, fresh meat and lots of speciality products.
Elat Market has probably the best fresh meat in this area.
It's clean and should it be important to you: it's kosher.
Other than there there is a huge variety of Middle Eastern groceries, fresh (pita) bread, bagels, fish, pastry.
Shopping at this place is an experience.. one needs to be brave to be confonted with the rudeness here.. the shoppers are here on a mission: I want my stuff and I do not care whether I hit you with my shopping cart.
After I went to Israel and visited the markets there I understood: it's the way it's done in the Middle East.
For excellent produce and good prices it might be worth to check this out.
I live closeby.... so I spend a fair amount of time here.
Coffee, breakfast, dinner.
The service is excellent, friendly and good.
The food is good.. their pizza's are amazing, I would like to think that their pizza's are among the best I have ever tasted.
Breakfast is mediocre, yet not bad at all.
The only thing they should work on are the desserts.. they are outright boring.
Overall, good place to spend time.
Bring your own alcohol.
Excellent photography exhibition that changes every time.
All that counts is that taco on your plate...
That mouthwatering taco that only has one downside... it's eaten too quickly.
I love this place.
The enthousiasm of the staff, the love that's put in the food and the freshness.
Just love it.
Oh, and inexpensive.
That's for sure.
Overpriced.. that is also for sure.
A tiny teacake (financier) for US Dollar 2,25 ?
That's what I call overpriced.
However, it's an excellent teacake and probably the best I have ever tasted.
So I will pay it... realising it's way too much.
But you see how it balances out....
The best baquette I have come across in a long time.
Their pastry is fresh and delicious !!
A must try out....
Get a coffee and indulge !
It's close to my home, so whenever I feel like something Chinese and don't want to cook myself I will go here.
To describe this as authentic Chinese would not be correct. It is very hard to find true Chinese food in the USA, it's all catered for the American palate. Many dishes have been 'invented' specifically for this market.
Having said that: this is a nice place, food is good for what it is, service is very friendly and it's fresh.