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Cabbage Patch Opens on 6th

By Jenni Simcoe
Published: Thursday, December 16, 2010, at 09:38AM
Cabbage Patch Jenni Simcoe

Cabbage Patch, a popular Beverly Hills lunch spot, has opened its latest location this week Downtown at 520 W. 6th. “Our concept is farm fresh fare that includes a mix of Asian, Mediterranean and American food,” said Saro Babakhanian, manager.

The restaurant is set in a stark space with a loft that will soon have a billiard table and lounge area.

“It’s a farm to table restaurant,” claims Babakhanian. “One of the restaurant’s owners, Samir Mohajer, serves as the chef and goes to the farmers’ market it Santa Monica three to four times a week to buy fresh produce,” said Babakhanian. Mohajer’s pedigree includes creating menus at The Little Door and Rustic Canyon Wine Bar.

The menu is split into sections including a wide variety of soups, salads, Asian bowls, sandwiches, pizzettes, Mediterranean plates, rotisserie chicken and sides. Sustainable meats include beef from Niman Ranch and Jidori chicken. Gourmet salads include a Fuji Apple and Arugula Salad, Chicken and Apple Salad and a French Green Lentil Salad. Sandwiches include a vegetarian Grilled Veggie sandwich, a BTLA (bacon, lettuce, tomato and avocado), and Oven Roasted Turkey Sandwich. Plates include a choice of Falafel, Beef Gyro or Chicken Kabob.

Price range from $6 for a fourth of a rotisserie chicken to $13 for the Albacore Tuna Salad. The restauant is open Monday through Friday, 11am to 6pm with Saturday and dinner hours planned to begin in January.


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