Attari Sandwich Shop

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101 Best Restaurants in L.A.: the Hall of Fame

Bill Addison, Patricia Escárcega, Brian Park • Los Angeles Times • December 12, 2019

Sandwich Shop This Persian Square cafe is a trove of excellent Iranian home-style cooking. The thick kuku sabzi is a savory herb-green omelet tucked into a soft French-style roll. We love the beef tongue sandwich, a meaty, voluptuous muddle of tender beef

tofu with snow crab may precede plates of nigiri and, at the higher end, Hokkaido scallops gilded with shaved truffles. — B.A. 11941 Ventura Blvd., Studio City, (818) 760-3348, asanebo-restaurant.com (Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times) Attari

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Where to find the best Persian restaurants in Los Angeles

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • August 6, 2019

restaurant in Westwood. The restaurant is the lesser-known adjunct to popular sibling Attari Sandwich Shop; they face each other across a courtyard where customers linger at tables shaded by colorful umbrellas, and they serve similarly meaty menus and grab

land, but this is a quietly wonderful way to taste — and experience — the best of Tehrangeles. 1915 Westwood Blvd., Los Angeles, (310) 470-0022, tasteoftehran.com Attari Sandwich Shop/Attari Grill Farhad Pourbastani, manager at Attari Grill, holds up a

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Amid coronavirus, should you recommend restaurant takeout?

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • April 9, 2020

has received steady, basking attention over the last couple of years. What about the lower-profile stalwarts still operating? The kuku sabzi sandwich from Westwood’s Attari Sandwich Shop. (Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times) Thinking about lunch one day, I

hungered for one of Attari Sandwich Shop’s beef tongue sandwiches, or a helping of the herby frittata-like egg dish called kuku sabzi. Attari is a mainstay of Tehrangeles, as the Westwood-based Iranian community has long been designated, where customers

Review: Lebanese food done right at Mona's Kitchen in Tarzana

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • December 19, 2019

flatbread) to wrap kebabs and shawarma into tight bundles with pickles, herbs and often a smear of garlicky toum. There’s a beef tongue number with both toum and pickles that rivals Attari Sandwich Shop, an Iranian standard-bearer in Westwood, for beef

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Jonathan Gold's best cheap eats

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • August 15, 2014

Attari Sandwich Shop Attari is a slice of Tehran high society transplanted onto a leafy Westwood patio, exquisitely tailored expats sipping tea and eating the thick Iranian soup called osh or crisp French bread sandwiches stuffed with slices of kuku

The finest food in Los Angeles for even the thinnest wallets

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • August 29, 2014

us all. Attari Sandwich Shop Attari is a slice of Tehran high society transplanted onto a leafy Westwood patio, where exquisitely tailored expats sip tea and eat the thick Iranian soup called osh or crisp French bread sandwiches stuffed with slices of