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Great options for vegetarians that are visiting the historic Farmers Market. The most addictive hummus in town!
Farmer's Market Mediterranean. Some of the best Mediterranean eats in town. The atmosphere is the same as any other in the Grove Farmer's Market -- on a sunny day, you can't beat it. Most recently had the chicken shawarma plate with spicy hummus and baba ghanoush. Veggie plate is another great option. While it's got plenty of great options save your falafel cravings for Falafel Arax, and most importantly bring cash or suffer the ATM fee.
Middle Eastern street food in the heart of the Farmers Market..
One look at the trays of brightly colored side dishes and sample plates, and it's easy to see why there's always a line at this popular Farmers Market eatery. The portions are generous, be it the kebab, gyro or falafel entrees, or side dishes like mouhamara (spicy walnut-and-red pepper dip), jajek, a yogurt-and-mint combination with chunks of cucumber and hummus.
Great food, dicey service.. This is authentic Middle Eastern / Mediterranean food, practically on par with Zankou! They prepare it fairly quickly and it never disappoints. The portions are generous. The service, however... well, it pretty much sux. Don't expect acknowledgement, a hello, a smile, a confirmation of your order, or anything other than your change. A few notes, in advance: 1) They don't have sodas. Walk over to the pizza joint and get yourself a Diet Coke. 2) They don't validate parking for The Grove. 3) They will begrudgingly give you extra napkins, ketchup and other stuff if you ask calmly and repeatedly. Other than that -- enjoy!
Food is OK. Impolite service..
It doesn't look like the people running this place are happy to see customers ordering food at their place. There will be no smiles and if you don't really know what entree or side orders you want then be prepared for some brusque remarks. It's worse than super-fast-food service.
Do them a favor and take your business elsewhere. Maybe that will make them happy as you won't be bothering them.
Are you kidding me?. This place bills itself as the "Best Middle Eastern Food in L.A." Not quite. The gyros are cut ahead of time and then warmed up in a microwave when you order. What might of had some taste is completely killed by nuking it. The women servers are surly. Not a positive experience.
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