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Kosher near North Hollywood, CA

exciting news, for those of you who did not give Mashu Mashu a second chance, great news for you. there is a new owner, manager, chef and the entire stuff has been changes, there is a new great menu, some health dishes and wow a waitress. and prices are cheaper and bigger portions. lets support them. go try it

Jul 08, 2009
airbornir in Kosher

Is Smokin', well, smokin'?

if you are looking for a different kind of place, a different taste for meat and sides, Smokin is the place. well if you love BBQ and the Texas feel of the place and they finally got real plates too. I say finally because you need to get used to the feel of the place. if you want shwarma this aint the place but if you want real meat the way it is supposed to be then yes it’s for you and like I always say we should support our local establishments.

Jan 26, 2009
airbornir in Kosher

Best sit-down in Valley Village, CA?

there are a few new, sort of new restaurants in valley village, Kikis grill that has a sort of shawarma that is really good, also the new Mashu Mashu Chinese is great for lunches and of course Smokin. it’s a one of a kind place., not perfect but one of a kind and worth trying out

Jan 26, 2009
airbornir in Kosher

Kosher near North Hollywood, CA

wow! i am really surprised by your comments about Mashu Mashu. of course service is not perfect yet. the place has been open only for a couple of month. but the food is great. they have some items on the menu that i have never even heard of and if you r a vegetarian then it’s like a dream come true. so many options. Japanese, Korean, Tai, Chinese. It’s all there. i loved it and the H&S soup was amazing. the great thing about the place is you can talk to the owners and give them your suggestions and they listen. i remember the first time i went i only had one complaint. it was the size of their portions. but now i could not even finish my plate. i can’t even stop talking about it and if you have time for lunch then you won’t find a better deal out there for a lunch menu. I think it’s the only place that the cooks are actually Chinese and the owner is Japanese and if I heard correctly they also own Sushiko in the city on Pico. So they do have experience.
Well anyway lighten up people. With your attitude and support we will only have La Pizza in the valley. We should support our local restaurants, not bash them for every little thing. I recommend you try it again and if you have any issues talk to the owners.

Jan 26, 2009
airbornir in Kosher