“Food is a something we all have in common. You can use it not only for nourishment but as a means to show support, relieve isolation or provide comfort. It’s basic. Food can bring families and communities together,”
Chef Lusy Gradzhyan.
Lusy arrived in the United States not speaking any English. She opened Lusy’s Mediterranean Café & Grill in 2006. At Lusy’s insistence, everything was from scratch. No canned ingredients, no pre-made sauces or packaged foods. Her recipes came straight from Lusy’s grandmother with her own touches.
Word-of-mouth and Internet postings began to spread about her cooking. Food critics began writing about their experiences.
Reviews from LA Daily News and Westways Magazine, with four million readers, chose Lusy’s as a top pick. Yelp, the online guide for restaurants, calls Lusy’s “stellar” and rates it as among the top in Los Angeles for fresh Mediterranean cuisine.
Named champion at a West Coast chef’s competition in front of industry pros, chefs and restaurant owners. Lusy continues to delight and satisfy diners every day.
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Menu items are carefully planned for nutritious and healthy eating and prepared with American Heart Association guidelines in mind. Food presentation for each plate is carefully designed to be colorful and appetizing. This is what patrons today want – fresh, healthy, delicious, affordable dining.
At Lusy’s, we believe if you come once, you are a friend. Come twice and you are family.
We look forward to welcoming you,