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Habayit Restaurant

Habayit Restaurant is one of my favorite Mediterranean and Israeli restaurants in Los Angeles. It’s a family owned and operated restaurant, serving some of the best falafel in the area!

Lucky for me, Habayit is less than five minutes away from my office, so I come here at least once or twice a week.

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Since I come here so often I started taking pictures of all my usual orders. On a cold day there is nothing better than some hot matzo ball soup to start off the meal.

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If I don’t order soup, I almost always get the babaganush. Babaganush is chopped, baked eggplant with tehina sauce, lemon juice and olive oil. It’s absolutely delicious and is served with fresh pita bread.

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I also like to order the combination plate, which is a potpourri of all of Habayit’s salads. Going clockwise from the top, you have chopped eggplant with vegetables, Israeli salad, babaganoush, tehina, and hummus.

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Most days I’ll order the schnitzel for my entrée, which is grilled, seasoned chicken. It comes with two sides, and you have a choice of french fries, rice, baked potato or Israeli salad. Habayit’s fries are great!

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I also often order the falafel pita. As I said before, I think Habayit has one of the best in the LA area.

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My Dad loves to order the shishlik chicken, which is grilled, seasond chicken on skewers.

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Habayit Restaurant is located at 11921 West Pico Boulevard in Los Angeles. For information on their menu and hours, click here.

~S

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2 replies »

  1. Great post, but how can the pics make me hungry for lunch when it’s only 10:30 in the morning? I’m gonna go there soon! It all looks so good. Thanks.

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  2. Thank you, you’re so sweet! I know what you mean, whenever I’m writing a post and looking back at the pictures they always make me so hungry no matter what time of day it is!

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