Palikao

/ Restaurante
N.º 1173 de 28181 sitios para comer en Los Angeles
Abierto ahora 11:00 - 21:00
Oriente Medio, Mediterránea, Marroquí, Opciones vegetarianas
$$$$ Precio medio: $11-30
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130 E 6th St
Los Angeles, California, Estados Unidos
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Una vez que hayas disfrutado de Indian Alley, visita este restaurante, que no está muy lejos. Las cocinas mediterránea y marroquí son famosas en todo el mundo, y sus clientes te aconsejan que las degustes en Palikao. Busca en su carta su famoso cuscús, sus extraordinarios salchicha merguez y su singular cordero. Merece la pena probar aquí un magnífico .

Este lugar tiene envío a domicilio para así dar un mejor servicio a sus clientes. Comprueba por ti mismo lo genial que es su personal. Te va a encantar su divino servicio. Sus precios razonables son una de esas cosas que se deben resaltar al hablar de este lugar. Una decoración admirable y su ambiente tranquilo ayudan a sus clientes a sentirse relajados. Este restaurante ha recibido valoraciones de sus visitantes y ha logrado una puntuación de 5 en Yelp.

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I got the opportunity to try the couscous bowl from Palikao recently via Fooda at my office. The chicken tangin bowl was so unique that I felt compelled to write a review. I was definitely transported when eating this North African cuisine. Chef Lionel explained the food very well and his passion was apparent. I'm glad I had an opportunity to try it and look forward to having it again in the future. Side note - ridiculously good homemade pita chips and hummus too.
Tears. of. Joy. Today was our first experience of Palikao (thank you Postmates) and the food orgasm was real. These were some of the most beautiful, fragrant, blossoming, distinct flavors we have ever experienced. Food quality was some of the best in Los Angeles. Every vegetable and bite sang as you ate it. The hoummus was like my grandmother made. The meatballs literally made us cry because they were so good. The broth, the lamb sausage made in house and of course the cous cous were all unparalleled. Even the pita chips were exquisite. The presence of love in this food is so palpable-- the excellence and detail and precision of culinary skill expertly applied with zero ego (because you can actually taste these things) were all in abundant full effect. The homemade harissa, delivered in a glass jar, natch-- epic. (Finding good harissa in LA is a miracle.) Plus they have Ras el Hanout spice WHAT. This spice is so delicious and it is also an aphrodisiac. I was so moved and inspired by every element of the meal... If you do not know the history of Algeria and France please educate yourself. The fact that this restaurant has successfully captured the heart of what makes each of those cultures so beautiful-- is actually something very profound. Palikao is a culinary alchemy of history; where out of deep strife and violence, something wondrous and nourishing was born... is an enormous gift to the city of LA. We are so incredibly grateful that Palikao exists!! This food is truly a spiritual experience. Bravo to the entire team, from the bottom of our hearts, we are so excited you are here!!
Twice in one day. We ordered delivery from Palikao TWICE today. Once for lunch. Another for dinner. That's how good the food is from this place. Ask my partner. Never before in the history of PiggyPiedom has there been an event of such magnitude. The craving is real.
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Dirección
130 E 6th St, Los Angeles, California, Estados Unidos
Características
Asientos al aire libre Entrega Tarjetas de crédito aceptadas Wifi Para llevar Estacionamiento Reserva No TV Acceso para discapacitados
Horario
LunesLun 11:00-21:00
MartesMar 11:00-21:00
MiércolesMié 11:00-21:00
JuevesJue 11:00-21:00
ViernesVie 11:00-21:00
SábadoSáb 11:00-21:00
DomingoDom Cerrado

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