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Today 11:30AM–11PM
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8832 W Pico Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90035
8832 West Pico BoulevardUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90035
$$Mexican Restaurant, Latin American RestaurantToday 11:30AM–11PM
Monday 11:30AM–11PMTuesday 11:30AM–11PMWednesday 11:30AM–11PMThursday 11:30AM–11:59PMFriday 11:30AM–1:30PMSaturday ClosedSunday 11:30AM–11PM
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Colorful Mexican cantina decorated with puppets offering kosher takes on wings, burritos & tacos.- Google
"Birria Taco is lamb and beef mixed with dried chilis and braised for 16 hours."
"Chef Katsuji really shows his talent in this meat."
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Binyomin Frenkel
a month ago
Came from different state to try it because was recommended by a friend and we don't have such restaurant in NJ . Service was horrible. Was staying on line for 15 minutes and workers was literally ignored us. When I was asking for help guy told us that they doing orders first. We just walk away. Would not recommended.
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Jeffery Jenkins
8 months ago
Came here with my coworker one weekday for lunch after seeing and hearing rave reviews. I was very torn about which meat to order, so I ended up with a birria + carnita bowl. Pros: -Very, very good quality and delicious tasting meats. You can tell they're made with great care. -Unlimited sauces to your stomach's desire -No pork! (I don't keep kosher but no pork for this girl) Cons: -Prices are high...nearly double what you would pay for a bowl at Chipotle. And it's comparable enough to ordering a barbacoa bowl that it made me wonder why I was spending $15. -Parking - if you're lucky, you will find a spot nearby. If not, walk a little (or a lot). -Service - mediocre. Both the guy at the counter and the one putting our meal together seemed like they didn't want to be there. Yes delicious food but for the price, but not enough for me to return multiple times.
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Mauricio Treviño Morales
5 months ago
great food!! Great service!! Highly recommendable
Barry Hellman
10 months ago
Very good food. It is like a kosher Chipolte.
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Ron Escobar
2 months ago
Had business lunch with some vendors. Great variety. Nice ambiance, friendly staff. Fast service. Good prices. I enjoyed it.
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Jon Heravi
a month ago
Fresh ingredients using the local Farmer's market makes me come back for more. Try their chicken burrito with guacamole.
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Sean Gabay, CEP, RFC
a year ago
I really like this place. The food is great, the meat is juicy and soft, and the portions are very big. The price is excellent and the service is also good. I will definitely go back again to have the beef and lamb. Over all an excellent place to have a plus size delicious Kosher food at an excellent price :-)
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Chelsea Madren
3 years ago
Kobe Ground Beef Taco tastes like a more robust ground taco meat than you’ll ever get at a restaurant. The beef flavor is accentuated by the chili and herbs. It is so juicy too! Thumbs up, way up! Birria Taco is lamb and beef mixed with dried chilis and braised for 16 hours. It was like the best lamb and beef stew inside a taco. It was braised so long that it just melts in your mouth. The chilis accent the meat with a slight sweetness without burning your mouth. You’ll definitely have an OMG moment or two! Thumbs up, way up! “Carnitas” Tacos is beef and duck confit slow cooked for 18 hours. Chef Katsuji really shows his talent in this meat. Since pork is off limits, he uses the beef for texture and the duck confit as a “pork flavor/fat substitute”. It tasted exactly like carnitas. I’m totally serious! It’s an amazing feat and I bow down to Chef Kat’s skills for showing the Kosher community what pork tastes like. Thumbs up, way up! Chef Kat has daily specials. On this visit, it was Goat – Black chile braised goat Texcoco-style (small city in Mexico famous for goat barbacoa). I love lamb and goat so this was just amazing to me! The meat was so tender, juicy, and flavorful. The braising process pretty much eliminates the gamey smell and flavor of goat, which I don’t mind. I could eat this every day. If it’s on special, get it! You’ll definitely have an OMG moment or two! Thumbs up, way up!
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