From the tabbouleh to the baklava, itâ€™s easy to map out Middle Eastern cuisine in Los Angeles on Voice Places. Professional and user reviews, along with easily searchable restaurant listings, make us your go-to guide for Middle Eastern meals.
Located on a busy stretch of Ventura Boulevard, the parking at Amirâ??s Falafel isnâ??t ideal. But every neighborhood has at least one Middle Eastern fast-food spot, and... More »
On the weekends, it's best to line up early at Vrej Pastry, a Lebanese bakery in Pasadena. Otherwise, you risk leaving the smallish storefront shop without a taste of the... More »
This lovely space caters to a Middle Eastern crowd. With elaborate chandeliers and Romanesque columns, the Orchid has a palatial vibe. Though it's... More »
The eggplant is one of the great culinary obsessions of our time. There are many ways to love it: breaded and fried and smothered with marinara and mozzarella; cooked to a sweet, spicy, glorious smoosh in a Cantonese stew; dry-fried with Sichuan peppercorns and mounds of chilis. But right now the eggplant that tugs at our hearts most violently is the kashke bademjan at...
Culver City's Zam Zam Market, home to the best Pakistani cooking in town, used to be as frustrating as it was delicious. The kitchen hours appeared to be based solely on the time of services at the mosque down the street, meaning that if you didn't beat the post-Jum'ah crowds to intensely spiced biryani plates flecked with cardamom pods, or cumin-enhanced...
When it comes to inspiration, New American chefs draw from a wide swath of influence. They look to France and Spain, Korea and Mexico. We have gastropubs and tapas bars, and we've gone from wasabi mashed potatoes to kimchi grits. Years ago there...
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