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$15 - $30
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American, Tunisian, Barbecue, Healthy
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Kosher
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1.6 miles from Los Angeles County Museum of Art
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Reviewed January 1, 2021

The food is absolutely amazing and so are the deserts! This is a must! I am in from out of town and I am so glad I happened to drive by Got Kosher!

Date of visit: January 2021
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Reviewed December 1, 2020

The food is so good. My husband and I schlep 22 miles to come here. Their parve vanilla ice cream is amazing. They make there own french fries which is so unusual these days. Their pretzel challahs are delicious. For the chags this year they...made wonderful apple/raisin honey challahs-the one for Rosh Hashanah had a hand on it, and for Thanksgiving they did a regular challah in a turkey shape. Thanksgiving stuffing and green beans were delicious. Their beef and chicken vegetable soups are full of meat and vegetables and are so good. Besides the delicious food the customer service for take out is wonderful-LInda and Victoria are so great to deal with. We have been coming here for a long time and it is definitely worth it.More

Date of visit: December 2020
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Reviewed May 9, 2020

We ordered from here for Passover. We were incredibly underwhelmed. We got the mushroom quinoa risotto, expecting a delicious dish with some sort of sauce and a combo of quinoa and risotto or something of the sort.... nope. It was just mushrooms and quinoa, dry...as cardboard and pretty flavorless. We also ordered the artichoke beignets. Beignets are usually deep fried fritters, so we thought ‘wow, they’re making beignets from artichokes?! That’s incredible!’ Nope. It was just chunks of artichoke with onions and a sauce. It looked so unappealing. We didn’t end up eating any of it. We were so put off and disappointed and feel like we were totally misled. Why put ‘risotto’ in the name of the dish if there’s literally nothing more to it than mushrooms and quinoa? Why call them beignets if they have nothing in common with beignets? Beyond that, when we ordered, we scheduled our pick up for 9am. We arrive at 9:05am to discover the shop is closed. We found a delivery person out back, who told us they don’t open till noon. Thankfully (or maybe not given what the food ended up being), he was able to get our order. The receipt attached to the bag was not for our order, though, and he had no idea what to make of it. All in all, so disappointed. Feel like we wasted our time and money. Wouldn’t recommend, wouldn’t return. ----- UPDATE: I reached out to the restaurant. I wish I could give this place negative stars after interacting with them further. In response to my note about the poor quality food, they simply said everyone else likes the dishes so I'm clearly wrong. No restaurant is perfect and every restaurant messes up. This place refuses to consider that possibility. They also said I don't respect the restaurant, the staff, the hours they put in, and the money they have to pay for kosher certification.... but seemed to ignore their hypocrisy as they ignored the fact that we spent our time going to pick up the food at a time they told us to that was BEFORE the restaurant opened, the fact that money doesn't grow on trees and we have to work to earn money to spend, and that spending money to get a kosher certification doesn't justify delivering subpar food. BOTTOM LINE: DO NOT EAT HERE. THE FOOD AND THE SERVICE ARE TERRIBLE.More

Date of visit: April 2020
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Reviewed July 9, 2019

I ordered a few meals from them for shabbos .The food was pretty good, and they even delivered it to where I was staying in the area for shabbos. The women who helped me with my order, over the phone, was impressive and informative too....I even ordered this meal on the morning before shabbos came in and got it all of a few hours later. Overall, not a bad or too expensive place to order from (at least for one person) for shabbos.More

Date of visit: July 2019
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Alain C, Owner at Got Kosher?, responded to this reviewResponded July 19, 2019

Thank you, we are glad to make your Shabbat a great experience. Look forward seeing you soon.

Reviewed February 24, 2019 via mobile

I have eaten at Got Kosher (although located in the same place, goes under a different name now) twice previously. I think this is one of the best kosher restaurants in LA or anywhere else for that matter especially adjusted for price. The physical plant...here is not fancy. No tablecloths, etc. but the food is great and the prices are quite reasonable. We ordered schnitzel on a pretzel ($15.99), veggie burger ($13.99) and Kansas BBQ brisket sandwich ($16.99). All three were really tasty. Great fries. You can also order Memphis BBQ brisket if you prefer tangier, less sweet BBQ. Lots of other choices on the menu. Service was good. Parking can sometimes be a challenge. I will definitely go back the next time I am in LA.More

Date of visit: January 2019
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AlainC2248, Owner at Got Kosher?, responded to this reviewResponded April 15, 2019

I appreciate your appreciation. Thank you. Let me know when you come back Alain Cohen

Reviewed November 29, 2018

It's really simple : If you like great tasting Interesting food like I do then you will love ' Got Kosher ' . Proof is in the pudding , words are great but can't possibly describe or convey in full detail the wondrous vibrant flavors...I have experienced at ' Got Kosher ' , just go there and become a believer like me , trust me , ' Got Kosher ' has my undeniable patronage .....and I would not write about this if I had not experienced the culinary delights of North Africa, France Jewish and Inspired dishes created by chef Cohen , a true master , greatly Inspired by his families restaurant in Paris,France, chef Cohen continues to surprise us with Incredible culinary creations . Keep an open and adventurous mindset , this small provisions shop that opened in 2009 has become a neighborhood fixture and will surprise you as it did me , great for everyone, family and friends and yes .......you will certainly want to take some Incredible items to go trust me , be well and enjoy ~More

Date of visit: October 2018
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AlainC2248, Owner at Got Kosher?, responded to this reviewResponded November 30, 2018

I appreciate your appreciation with humility and gratitude. Thanks

Reviewed February 26, 2018

being jewish this is a good place to eat, love the vibs and service , the food prices are reasonable

Date of visit: February 2018
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Reviewed December 8, 2017

Meal: Burnt food, not very edible Atmosphere: Loud, low ceilings. Service: Distracted and not attentive to restaurant goers. Probably will not go again. In general I am not a fan of kosher restaurants. When you compare them to their non kosher counterparts. I wish there...was more options for kosher food.More

Date of visit: October 2017
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Reviewed September 6, 2017

Is not clean and very rude personnel I will not go back and I will not recommend to any one they have to fix a lot

Date of visit: July 2017
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Reviewed August 18, 2017

Unlike most Ashkenazi-oriented kosher restaurants, Got Kosher has a Tunisian/Sephardi influence which accounts for its original, delicious array of foods. It also is the only kosher restaurant that uses free-range, grass-red meat products -- and makes its own pastrami! The food is plentiful, tasty, and...rather rich -- the challah is "out of this world" -- also unusual (with, e.g., fennel, made of pretzel dough, or tumeric). Highly recommended for both take-out and eat-in!More

Date of visit: August 2017
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Yes, Got Kosher? offers takeout services.

Got Kosher? is rated accordingly in the following categories by Tripadvisor travelers:
  • Food: 4
  • Service: 3.5
  • Value: 3.5
  • Atmosphere: 3.5