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Got Kosher? Restaurant and Cafe

8914 W. Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90035
310-858-1920
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Photo: Linda Burum

People familiar with Got Kosher Provisions know it as a tiny take-home food shop specializing in full menus for Shabbat and Jewish holiday feasts. When you bite into Tunisian-style brik a l'oeuf at Got Kosher Cafe you experience one of the world's great feats of culinary alchemy. Stab into the crunchy, paper-thin crepe (called malsouqua) and the runny egg yolk oozes out, enriching both the potato chip-crisp pastry and its filling of olive oil-bathed tuna, flecked with tart capers and parsley.

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