Moishe’s has been pleasing palates for more than 20 years in the Los Angeles area. Moishe’s brings a high level of culture and tradition to the Farmers Market with its delicious Middle-Eastern based menu.
It’s more-casual sister restaurant, The Village, features a range of wood oven open-face pitas (borekas) inspired from a visit to Turkey and following a tradition of over a thousand years.
Moishe’s and The Village weren’t the first establishments for Moses who has been a restaurateur for more than 35 years, not only in Los Angeles, but also in Montreal, Canada.
A world traveler with a voracious appetite for high-quality international ingredients, Moses has adopted many of the customs, traditions, and hand-picked recipes from the exotic locales he has visited such as Israel, Turkey, Armenia, Syria and Lebanon.
Indeed, his passion for food was ignited at a much younger age, and his Zagat rated menu is heavily based on his mother’s tried-and-true traditional recipes. Moishe’s is an absolute must for every trip to the original Farmers Market at Third and Fairfax.
About Farmers Market
Established in 1934, when a dozen local farmers parked their trucks on an open field (once a dairy farm) to sell fresh produce to local residents, the Market has remained true to its roots ever since. With nearly 100 dining, shopping and grocery opportunities, Farmers Market has something for everyone. More than seventy-five years later the Farmers Market remains the one stop shop for every visitor’s needs.