8939 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA | Directions 9003534.055439 -118.386905
Monday 11:30 AM - 10:30 PM
Tuesday 11:30 AM - 10:30 PM
Wednesday 11:30 AM - 10:30 PM
Thursday 11:30 AM - 10:30 PM
Sunday 11:30 AM - 10:30 PM
Neighborhoods: West LA, Beverlywood
Will never go back – Where to begin. The margarita tasted like it had absolutely no alcohol in it whatsoever. Just margarita mix and something indeterminate. When we questioned why it tasted funny, we were told that they don't have any liquor, it was made with white wine. We sent it back. Awfully pricey for a drink made without hard liquor, even with the impressive dry ice floating on the top! That's when we started noticing the black bugs flying all around our heads. They were larger than gnats, smaller than flies, and suddenly I realized that I had had the exact same flying bug problem 2 years ago when I was there last. I can only surmise that, since we were there during the daytime, the bugs were more obvious to us than they would be to diners during the dimly-lit dinner hours. The mushroom eggrolls were cold and tough. The ceviche was boring. The kobe hamburgers were great, though, and I guess that the meat is where they have their corner of the kosher market. That, and it is lovely inside. We ordered 2 desserts. Apple Crumb and Rhubarb Something-or-Other. My friend dug into the apple one first and said "Wait, there are absolutely no apples in this." I took a spoonful and it was possibly the most vile thing I've ever eaten. I wanted to spit it out, but instead took a big swallow of wine so that at least that bad taste wouldn't be the note with which I ended the meal. We sent the apple one back. Not one person came over to ask why the dessert was sent back. It was suggested that they already knew how bad it was! The rhubarb one also had no fruit that I could distinguish except for a sour taste--I guess that's what passes for rhubarb. We just left that one not eaten. We're not in the habit of sending food back, although we now have a little more practice. Our server could not even stay at our table long enough to finish his rehearsed half-sentence. I figured out why when we got our bill. 18% is added automatically for larger parties. I have no problem with that. I have a problem with dismissive "service" - I use the term loosely. Had the service been as stellar as the prices, we would gladly have tipped 20%. I am now reading a review and it says "the young owners are welcoming and pleasant." Perhaps they were on vacation. Too bad--they missed us playing "catch the gnat."
Great steakshouse – Great kosher steakhouse - one of the best kosher restaurants in LA. Big variety of steaks and a solid wine list. Friendly staff. Recommended.
Best Kosher in CA – All of Pico/Robertson know that Shilos is the #1 Kosher Steak in CA, and by far!
I'm more of a lunch guest and I just love it there!. The lunch menu is very different than the dinner with very good prices and good food.
Stars and Actors Favorit – I do not know if you seen the photos on the back but Demi Moore, Ashton, Bill Cristal, few Mayors and a lot more do eat there weeky.
This place has been around for almost 3 years ?? and nobody told me about it!! I told the owner (very friendly and modest) they should be the top rated SteakHouse in LA.
The special of the day changes every week and its from a different country every single time! now I can eat all over the world without using my privat jet...
Modern steakhouse fuses kosher tradition with exotic flavors and an eclectic scene. – In Short
Contemporary yet classic, kosher cuisine is the focus at this cozy Pico establishment. Padded, high-backed booths and wall-to-wall mirrors soften the all-white dining space, where traditional and non-Jewish patrons alike dine beneath warm lighting. The menu, featuring everything from bison steak to linguine Bolognese, is prepared exclusively with copper saucepans, Breton granite and brushed stainless steel--age-old tools rarely found in modern kitchens. Signature plates include pan-seared sweetbreads with cognac-saffron demi glace and grilled ahi steak with chardonnay-basil-caper sauce.
The best steak restaurant! – I've had a lot of steaks, and these are probably the best, even better than more expensive non-Kosher ones. Choose the Laredo Log Steak (lean thick cut). Also the chocolate mousse is the best I've ever had (and I've had quite a few)! Also, the fresh, hot bread served at the beginning is the best anywhere.The prices are not cheap, but also not as expensive as the quality of the food. Lunch is cheaper and excellent.
Shilos, great place, amazing deserts – If you are looking for a koshersteakhouse with style go to Shilos. I would not recommend the chicken but any steak is usually amazing. Avoid the cowboy sauce if you're not a fan of heavy sauces. I would definitely go there for deserts, it is unique and kosher.
Shiloh's keep going up!! – there just is something about there steaks that make me dream about steak more and more...
On a serious note, the food is fantastic. the young owners are welcoming and pleasant.
What more can ask, maybe for them to open an other one closer to my home?
LA's Rock'n Steakhouse – Shilo's Kosher Steakhouse is one of the best restaurants in Los Angeles. It is an intimate, modern steakhouse with pleasant staff, who enjoy entertaining and celebrating special moments with their guests. There is an array of steaks to choose from whether you are looking for something lean or something a little heartier, with various delicious sauces to choose from as well. My favorites are the Cowboy Steak and the Chopped Salad and the great thing, from my frequent visits, is they have daily specials with a variety of appetizing steaks, fish, pastas, appetizers, and salads. Though it may be a bit cozy, owners mentioned that they are in the midst of expanding. I can?t wait for my next meal at Shilo?s!
I have lost my faith since eating at shilos. Keeping Kosher has never stunk so hard!!!!! – Kosher or not, sevice and presentation stunk! We were greeted by a rude hostess and what seemed to be one of the owners or a manager standing and blocking the entrance into the dining room. We had to squeeze by him to get in. The server would repeat what I asked him to get for me with a blank look on his face as if he himself never has eaten in a restaurant or maybe even had a conversation with someone! Steak was ok the ribs were unedible and the restaurant trys to come high class when its not. Lets put down some checkered table cloth stop serving ketchup in designer plates and get some waiters with experience at Chilis or Friday's. My experience stunk at the moment the Valet greeted me to the moment I realized that the hostess to better accomodate our party asked us to move our table ourselves. The bus Boy was completely confused but must be very well payed becausehe was wearing huge diamond earings! Im angry I wasted my money ,sad that I am forced to eat un Kosher meat! Because Next week. Mastros!!!!
Note to the owners: Get a staff that has a clue. I know youre from France and have a flashy Website, thats not going to make your sub par, bad service, rude host, dining establishment last beyond the people who are forced to keep kosher and the people who elect to have a choice. My advice .... Break the commandments of the Torah and eat at McDonalds. You'll feel better the next day!!! God Will understand.
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