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Kolah Farangi 9180 West Pico Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90035

9180 West Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90035

(310) 274-4007






SALADS / SOUPS
Chinese Chicken Salad / Salad Shirazi
Hot & Sour Soup / Wonton Soup
Egg Drop Soup / Barley Soup
 
POUTRY / BEEF (Persian Entrees)
Chicken with Bone- Cornish Chicken in Lemon Juice, Herbs & Saffron
Chicken Koobideh- Seasoned Ground Chicken, Flame Broiled
Chicken Boneless- Fresh Chicken Breast in a Special Marinate
Gaymeh Lapeh- Stew of Split Pea and Chicken Served with Persian Rice
Chelo Kabob Barg- Flat Lender Pieces of London Broil, Skewered, Marinated & Flame Broiled
Shish Kabob- Tender Chunks of London Broil & Vegetables, Skewered, Marinated & Flame Broiled
Chelo Kabob Koobideh- Seasoned Ground Beef, Flame Broiled
Ghormeh Sabzi- Stew of Beef and Green Herbs
 
 
CHINESE MENU
Chicken Egg Roll / Curry Vegetables / Szechwan Eggplant
Chicken with Black Bean Sauce- Slices of Chicken, Vegetables, Stir Fried
Chicken with Ginger Sauce- Chicken Breast with Broccoli
Lemon Chicken- Served with Broccoli, Lemon slices in a Lemon Sauce
Cashew Chicken- Assorted Vegetables in a Brown Sauce, Cashew Nuts
Chicken Vegetable- Served with Assorted Vegetables in a Brown Sauce
Almond Chicken- Served with Vegetables in a Brown Sauce, Almonds
Curry Chicken- Served with Peppers, Onions, Carrots in Spicy Curry Sauce
Chicken Vegetable- Served with Assorted Vegetables in a Brown Sauce
Chicken Fried Rice- Classic Stir Fried with Green Onions, Carrots and Egg

BEEF
Mongolian Beef- White & Green Onions in a Slightly Spicy Sauce
Szechwan Beef- Mixed Vegetables Stir Fried in a Spicy Garlic Brown Sauce
Tomato Beef- White Onions & Tomato in a Savory Tomato Sauce
Garlic Beef- Mixed Vegetables and Fresh Garlic in a Brown Sauce
Mongolian Beef- White & Green Onions in a Slightly Spicy Sauce
Beef with Broccoli- Stir Fry with Broccoli, Carrots, Baby Corn in their Savory Brown Sauce
information about Kolah Farangi
RABBINICAL SUPERVISION
OU / Glatt Kosher

Hours
Sun-Thu: 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Fri: 11:00 AM -2:30 PM
Sat: 1 Hour after Shabbat -12:00 AM

Cuisine: Persian / Chinese
Avg. Check: $20-$30
Attire: Casual Neat

Succah On Succot: No
Nine Days Menu: Yes
Open for Pesach: No

RESERVATIONS Recommended
CREDIT CARDS All major


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In order to ensure a confirmation for your reservation, it is recommended that you make your request at least 12-24 hours prior to your reservation time. The reservation is not confirmed unless you get an email back from the restaurant. If you do not get an email confirmation back within 4 hours of the reservation time, it is recommended that you call the restaurant to confirm. Great Kosher Restaurants Magazine and the restaurant are not responsible for reservations that are not able to be confirmed.
ABOUT Kolah Farangi
Kolah Farangi came into existence back in 1993 when a middle-aged baker from Iran was offered a rare opportunity to open a kosher restaurant on Pico Boulevard in Los Angeles. Not having much experience in the restaurant business or with kosher food for that matter, he set out to share the food of his native land with the Jewish community in LA. Knowing that American Jews were not necessarily used to the aromatic herbs and spices blends of the Middle East he sought to please their palates by adding Chinese food to his menu as well. He adopted the name "Kolah Farangi", literally translated as "foreign hat." He felt the name evoked a sense of uniqueness, something special, extraordinary and new.

Some years later this traditional Persian establishment became "bread and butter" for both Iranians craving for a taste of home and Jews from all walks of life hoping to find a unique

taste of kosher LA. The wood-paneled walls and the expansive dining room at Kolah Farangi set the stage for the ultimate Persian feast. Patrons seeking to indulge in Persian fare should look to order the house specialties such as "koobideh", a spiced ground beef kabob and "barg", a kabob of succulent London broil marinated and chargrilled. If chicken is more your fancy, be sure to taste the "chicken with bone” - as the name might suggest, this dish consists of Cornish hen marinated in lemon, fresh herbs and saffron and broiled till tender and juicy.

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The menu also provides some tasty Chinese dishes. Customer favorites are orange chicken and Mongolian beef. Kolah Farangi has a small private room that can be reserved for special occasions, and in a city with limited public transportation the restaurant has a fairly large parking lot for the convenience of its guests. If you want a really special experience that is totally unique to Los Angeles, look no further than the time-honored confines of Kolah Farangi.
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