August 28, 2006 3

Aroma Cafe (Overland)

By in 11: West LA

DSC00788.jpgI read about this family owned Bosnian place Aroma Cafe on Chowhound. Half of the space is a mini-market. Outside a group of old men were chilling at the patio. So relaxing~ (extreme contrast to the always chaotic 10 freeway junction just blocks ahead).
They called this ‘sandwich of the future’: Kajmak & Beef Prosciutto. I got the small size, turns out it’s almost finger food size! But it’s so creamy and tasty. I love the salty beef prosciutto. Since it’s so small I can always order it if I came back here for other dishes. Lukmira: cheese onion deep. It’s basically sour cream with onion, cucumber and olive. Very fresh & crisp~ The breads are all very good.
Kefir (Yogurt), I’m a little sour milk overdoes ^^;; The Baklava is quite big portion~ 😀

I can’t wait to go back to try their kebab and sarma.

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3 Responses to “Aroma Cafe (Overland)”

  1. seat says:

    Baklava looks so good, a bit different from the Casbah Cafe one? The homepage shows a lot pastry food, you should go try!

  2. Bree says:

    I have been there several times and always love it. No corkage!! Next time try the pita, it is a pastry, shaped like an s curved snake, filled with spinach, or cheese, or whatever special one they made that day. Their chevapi are excellent, too.

  3. Freda says:

    The restaurant signs saids “A Mediterranean cafe” as subhead, maybe they thought Bosnian might seems too exotic to draw crowds. It’s similar anyway. I can’t wait to go back to try the pastries~! Thanks for the recommendation Bree! 😀