The Kitchen




Silverlake's delicious answer to the plight of where to find late-night eats. The Kitchen's décor reflects the neighborhood's unassuming, laid-back character, but lends a more New York, or rather Brooklyn feel - a nice change from the usual LA spots. The hands-off, yet proficiently friendly staff is also perfect for those who prefer to converse with their dining partner, versus their waiter -- although you might like to, the tattooed, pig-tailed waitress there seems really cool. Specials change nightly, but if available, be sure to try the cioppino if available. The rest of the menu is also quite good and reminiscent of its homey name. It's food like mom would make, only -- depending on your mom -- perhaps a bit better. Like the meatloaf, which is prepared with carrots and onion and served with creamy mashed potatoes topped with roasted garlic. The comfort food continues with yummy vegetable soups, stews, chili and fish and chips. The salads are also highly recommended. For the meat group, you'll find lamb shank, pork chops and hamburgers slathered in cheese or tahini sauce. For those who enjoy a bit of vino with their meal, mom doesn't have any, but feel free to bring your own. Those who forget can easily pop across the street to the strip mall liquor store (next to the scary doughnut shop) for a bottle or two.

The Kitchen
4348 Fountain Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90029
323-664-3663

Monday through Thursday -- 11am to 1am
Fridays -- 11am to 4am
Saturdays -- 10am to 4am
Sundays -- 10am to 1am

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