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Jun 17, 2007 11:39 PM

West Hollywood Cheap Good Eats

Hey guys,

I'm looking for good cheaper under $40 for two eats in the West Hollywood area. I'm up for any kind of food. Just toss me some suggestions.

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  1. Beverly Falafel at 3rd & La Cienega across from the Bev. Center. Love that place! They fry fresh falafel in a large, traditional style fryer right in front of you. All the other usual fare too: kefta, chicken kabobs, shawarma, etc.. Order at the counter, no waiters, small. Not a place to take a "date", but more like the kind of place where you go to grab good inexpensive food with the established s/o. :)

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    1. re: QualityMart

      I went to Beverly Falafel once a couple of years ago. I was disappointed by the less than generous size of the falafel sandwich(C'mon! It's falafel, not prime rib or Langer's pastrami) for almost a five dollar bill. I admit it tasted good, but I left the place hungry and never went back. With Cafe Noura and Eat A Pita gone, I've been going to this place on Sunset just west of San Vicente and The Whiskey for decent falafel and schwarma. Can't think of the name right now.

      1. re: 2chez mike

        Hollywood Pita. Try the chicken kabob in their homemade Lafa wrap. Really good. Everything else is pretty good as well.

      1. re: Tinitime

        Toi on Sunset and Gardner, Swingers on Beverly (1 blk E of Crescent Heights), North End Pizzeria on 3rd, Astro Burger on SM Blvd., M Cafe de Chaya on Melrose...

        1. re: luv2savr

          in my opinion Toi is totally disgusting (it is also not in west hollywood)

      2. Hugo's, Basix, Marix, Carney's.

        I second Vito's.

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          1. re: Diana

            I believe they are just re-modeling.

        1. There is an excellent Indian place in the mall on Santa Monica by Gardner.

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          1. re: Mike Z

            I like Los Tacos (i think that's the name; i haven't been in a couple of years), a mexican place on santa monica blvd a few blocks west of fairfax in a strip mall next to a carwash.
            There's also a small Russian grocery store next to the Whole Foods that sells these really tasty frozen ground beef dumplings.
            They're great heated up in a vegetable soup, if you are the type that makes and enjoys soup.

          2. Absolutely Phobulous on La Cienega, the aforementioned Vito's, EatWell on Santa Monica, Zen Grill and Mishima on 3rd, down the street on 3rd (but not in WeHo): Doughboys, Toast and Joan's on Third. Bossa Nova and Newsroom on Robertson.