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New Kosher Hummusiya Now Open in Los Angeles: Hasiba Restaurant

Opened over this past weekend, Hasiba Restaurant is a brand new hummusiya (Hummus eatery) in Los Angeles, on Pico off of La Cienega. The restaurant is a passion project from the owners of Lodge Bread Co (not kosher) in Culver City.

The concept of a Hummusiya is that of a neighborhood restaurant that mainly serves plates of fresh hummus with pita. The plates are traditionally served with a heaping portion of stewed chickpeas or Fava beans (fúl) and always served with lemon and olive oil.

The eatery seats 32 people (all communal) between a casual indoor space and front patio.

Pita at Hasiba is made fresh at a WoodStone Hearth Oven. Hummus made at the restaurant is organic and authentic to how it’s served at hummusiyas in Israel.

Diners can expect to find various hummuses on the menu served with fresh pita, various styles of shakshuka, pita sandwiches like the sabich, various salads, fries, and Middle Eastern desserts like malabi and halva cake.


Here’s a sampling of the full menu, which is not inclusive of seasonal dishes:



Classic – tahina, olive oil, smoked paprika and herbs

Stewed Chickpeas – tahina, olive oil, garlic, herbs

Wild Mushrooms – local onion, chermoula, tahina and herbs

Heirloom Carrots – dukkah, olive oil and herbs


Classic – stewed tomatoes, sweet peppers, chilies, and farm egg

Aba Style – organic potatoes, sweet chili, garlic, jalapeño, and farm egg

Pita Sandwich

Roasted Romanesco – mixed greens, house pickles, chermoula, and tahina

Roasted Tomato – roasted peppers, house pickles, hard boiled egg, and tahina

Sabich – fried eggplant, crispy potato, hard boiled egg, tahina, schug, amba


Israeli Salad – tomato, cucumber, carrot, herbs and local citrus

House Pickles – assorted and made by hand right here

Hand-Cut Fries – organic Russets, aoli, smoked sea Salt

Tahina – fresh squeezed tomato, calabrian chili and olive oil w/ pita

Roasted Cauliflower – chermoula, pickles raisins, tahina, fresh herbs


Malabi – rose water and roasted peanuts

Halva Cake – dark chocolate and orange


Turkish Coffee

Fresh Mint Tea

Cold Brew

Sparkling Water

Seasonal Granita


Hours of operation for Hasiba are MondayThursday/Sunday, 10:30am-10pmFriday, 10:30am till 30 minutes before sundown; Saturday, 30 minutes after sundown till late.

Kosher certification under Kosher LA.


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