Samir Mohajer Opens Cabbage Patch in Beverly Hills [CLOSED]

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The Cabbage Patch showcases sustainable salmon in a vibrant rice bowl.

Samir Mohajer, the opening chef at Rustic Canyon and former sous chef at Little Door, just opened The Cabbage Patch in the defunct Beverly Hills home of O4U. He revealed some details a month ago, and now his idea’s in full effect. The name is a reference to Mohajer’s “farm fresh organic fare,” but also to the ‘80s dolls and the dance.

The Cabbage Patch menu centers on salads, sandwiches, bowls and small plates. Mohajer – a Santa Monica native – is sourcing beef, lamb and pork from Niman Ranch. He’s also cooking with locally grown Jidori chicken and locally caught sustainable fish. “Nearly all of our produce is picked fresh daily by local farmers who selectively pick at the peak of ripeness,” says Mohajer. “The goal and ultimate result of our selectivity is tasty, healthy food for our customers.”

Expect options like lentil soup with sweet Italian sausage and tomato relish; ahi tuna tartare with hard-boiled egg, capers, chickpeas, and cayenne vinaigrette; homemade falafel with plum tomato, tahini and freshly grilled flatbread; yam wedges with homemade harissa ketchup and French green lentils with cilantro, toasted cumin, avocado and lime juice. Nothing tops $14.


Joshua Lurie

Joshua Lurie founded FoodGPS in 2005. Read about him here.

Blog Comments

Great food! I have eaten there three times since the opening. Presentation, quality and flavor beyond expectation in this organic establishment. Love it.

Sounds like a place people are going to browse over…then again the BH folks might love the place. I wouldn’t have minded a try if I were still working in the area.

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