Step aside falafel, there's a new Middle Eastern dish that's all the rage right now and it's called shakshuka. For those of you who didn't grow up with it, shakshuka is a breakfast dish comprised of a tomato-based stew, spicy sausage (though not always), and an egg or two cracked on top.
Everything gets cooked in a skillet and generally comes served with a side of pita. It's warm, filling, and delicious. If you've been paying attention, it's popping up on breakfast and brunch menus all over town — from hip eateries like Dune to quiet mom-and-pop shops that are the real hidden gems. Here's a guide to 14 of the best shakshuka dishes in LA right now (alphabetically listed). [Unless noted, photos by Ian Arthur]
Added: Aroma, Dune, Origin Cafe, Habayit, Roladin
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