From Our Editors
The white tablecloths and high-backed cream-colored banquettes found at Shilo’s Kosher Steakhouse, are a rarity on this stretch of strip malls, chain stores and more casual restaurants along Pico Boulevard in the Pico-Robertson neighborhood. This high-end kosher eatery has made its name by combining a steakhouse menu with religious dietary laws and refuses to compromise on either end. There are salads, seafood entrées and pastas here to sample, but the stars of the show are the steak cuts, each wet-aged in house for three to four weeks and backed by one of Shiloh’s steak sauces. Those looking for quality at a lower price would do well to check out Shiloh’s Kobe Burger, coupled with the New York Onion Rings.