Mh Zh - Contemporary Israeli in Silver Lake

Mh Zh
(Opened in 2017)

Pronounced “mah zeh”

which is loosely translated to 

“what is it?” in Hebrew.

This is a very casual place,
a contemporary Israeli restaurant,
most of the tables are outside 
on the sidewalk (a few inside).

Before Mh Zh opened in this space on Sunset Blvd., it was a tiny pizza place that I went to a couple of times.  I had a friend making pizzas and he said the vegan one wasn’t bad.  Guess it wasn’t good enough to stay open...

Their menu is on brown paper bags,
Love It!

I’ve been here twice and
haven’t had a bad dish.

If you go with a group and want everything,
“Fire Menu” for $125.

Bling Bling Hummus
with rustic bread.

Each time I go,
I get two orders...

Pickled Vegetables 


Frisée Salad with Duqqa 

and aged English Cheddar 

Grilled Beets
with Hazelnuts

This was one of my favorites

Roasted Potatoes 

Served on a brown paper bag.

Braised Red Cabbage
with watermelon radish.

Usually I don’t like red cabbage dishes,
but this was good.

Roasted Sweet Potato 

My mom would love this dish!


THIS is the reason why you 
come here!

I brought some friends just
for this dish, they loved it!


For a non-steakhouse,
this was really good.

They don’t have dessert,
but that’s OK,
cause the food is awesome!

Get there early as the tables
fill up fast, but well worth the wait IMO.

BTW, it’s BYOB.

I’ll probably be back with more friends!

Mh Zh
3536 Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90026
(Closed on Mondays)

Photos by Jay Terauchi
Jay Eats Worldwide 
(c) Jay Terauchi 


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