Eating a meal in American-Israeli cuisine is not just eating a meal; it is a reflection of the world. Every bite consists of history and culture, land and people. The dishes are artfully prepared using simple ingredients and give out big flavors.
The food and the menus at restaurants have a unique feel, almost like a rhythm or a beat. It is a combination of modern, sophisticated, and classic all at the same time.
At Habayit Restaurant, customers can enjoy all their favorite Kosher, American-Israeli food, from the iconic falafel and shawarma to a more traditional babaganush and shakshukah.
So, plan your visit soon to the restaurant in West Los Angeles or Santa Monica and try out all the dishes. Give them a chance, and they might become your new favorite.
Shakshukah is considered the most attractive breakfast meal in Israel. It is packed with the bold flavors of eggs, fresh tomatoes, onions, and other veggies. The eggs are gently poached on top. The recipe uses basic spices like cumin, paprika, chili powder, and fresh garlic. Shakshukah is flavorful, not hot or spicy. It’s nourishing and filling.
Sabih or sabich is a pita sandwich stuffed with hard-boiled eggs, fried eggplants, parsley, tahini sauce, and hummus. It is served with vegetable salad. The super delicious and filling dish is healthy, with rich proteins and vitamins. Most people eat Sabih every day for breakfast.
Babaganush is a component of the Israeli dipping tradition. It tastes great with crisp vegetables and pita bread. Its core ingredient is eggplant, baked and blended with tehina sauce, lemon juice, and olive oil. The dip is gluten-free and vegan, making it perfect for those following a special diet.
Another vital cultural part of the Israeli dipping tradition is hummus. It is a popular chickpea dip Middle Eastern locals relish at breakfast, lunch, and even snack time. You can pair hummus with pita bread, use it as a spread for sandwiches, or as a dip for vegetables.
Make Your Meal Special
Habayit Restaurant delivers iconic favorites such as schnitzels, shawarma, falafel, magadra, and shishlik chicken. Our chefs are masters in taking classic flavors and recreating traditional recipes with modern ingredients for a memorable and delicious experience.