For over 10 years, Adiel Nahmias has been synonymous with Middle Eastern fine dining. Adiel, chef/owner takes the cuisine and culture of his homeland to the next level with a breathtaking restaurant/food truck and delicious cuisine.
Almost four years ago, Ella and Adiel Nahmias opened a glatt kosher food truck called The Holy Grill, serving Israeli food in the Garment District downtown. The business became so popular that the husband- and-wife team has now opened a restaurant of the same name in Pico-Robertson
The Holy Grill at 8975 W. Pico Blvd. is glatt kosher certified, serving such fare as tender baby chicken shawarma, falafel, sabich (a pita stuffed with fried eggplant, hardboiled eggs and pargiot — tender chicken marinated overnight). For more Americanized taste buds, the restaurant offers a ground-beef kabob burger, chicken hot dogs and the Holy Burger Special (two beef patties, grilled pastrami, a sunny-side-up egg, red onion and a creamy barbecue sauce).Type your paragraph here.
Shabbat Take Out Homemade Salads
Thin cut baby chicken
A deep-fried ball or patty made from ground chickpeas, fava beans, or both.
Levantine dish of eggplant, mashed and mixed with virgin olive oil and season.