Posts Tagged ‘Kebab’

March 25, 2008 2

Le Petit Greek (Larchmont)

By in 07: Mid-Wilshire

We lunch at Larchmont Village often but for some reason we never walk inside this popular restaurant. Maybe because the seemingly big and dark interior and those crowded umbrella shades outside doesn’t seem inviting. Turns out it is very roomy and bright enough inside. Gyros $10.95: sliced ground lamb and beef, dressed with tzatziki, onion, […]

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August 31, 2007 3

Uzbekistan (Sunset Blvd)

By in 08: Hollywood, Favorite Food Entries

Joan went to the restaurant Uzbekistan for breakfast earlier this month. This time we’re bringing a group of 7 to try more of their Eastern European food! We’ve witnessed an odd extreme difference between the insane amount you get from their $8 Lunch speical v.s. the rather pricey (but really good) entrees. Since everything sound […]

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May 17, 2007 5

Aroma Cafe (Overland)

By in 11: West LA, Favorite Food Entries

The family owned Bosnian place Aroma Cafe (see old post here) is one place I often remember fondly and wanted to come back again and again, not only because of the absolutely delicious and exotic-yet-comforting mediterranean delicacies, but most of all it felt Escape-from-LA in there. Turkish coffee. Rich and velvety, almost Belgian hot chocolate […]

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November 22, 2006 2

Spitz (Eagle rock)

By in 03: Eagle Rock, Favorite Food Entries

Finally tried the Euro-turkish Spitz: Doner Kebab Shack which Freda raved here. I tried the Combo Plate that has everything: Both the paper thin stripes of homemade Doner meat and Chicken Doner (very generouos amount), Tzatziki sauce, Falafel, hummus, fried pita strips, Julienne-cut French Fries and salad. It’s incredible! I absolutely love both of the […]

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September 5, 2006 2

Marouch Lebanese Restaurant (Santa monica blvd)

By in 04: Los Feliz

I usually go to Marouch for big group dinner and we would get their courses. This time a few collegues and I came here for lunch. I absolutely love their Warak-Inah-Bizeyt (Grape leaves) and Kebbeh (lean veal mixed with crushed wheat, stuffed with seasoned ground beef and pine nut, deep fried). THE best in LA! […]

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