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Inside Samir Mohajer's Cabbage Patch

CabbagepatchblogFormer Rustic Canyon Wine Bar and Seasonal Kitchen chef Samir Mohajer moved on to start his own restaurant with a few different concepts in mind. At one point he was hoping to open a classy little joint on par with Rustic Canyon, featuring wine and dressed-up dinner options. But when the economy began to sour he decided on Cabbage Patch, a cute little counter-service restaurant awash in lime-green hues on South Beverly Drive in Beverly Hills. The prices are reasonable, the food organic and the service fast enough to make going for a quick power lunch perfectly practical.

To read more, and to look at a photo gallery, click here for today's story in Calendar.

The Cabbage Patch, 214 S. Beverly Drive., Beverly Hills. (310) 550-8655. www.cabbagepatchbh.com.

— Jessica Gelt

Photo: Michael Robinson Chavez / Los Angeles Times

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It seems clear from the article and the accompanying photo showing Samir working the cash register that he is the type of chef-owner who is really putting his heart and soul into this place and juggling a whole bunch of responsibilities. All success to him and his restaurant.

The Cabbage Patch is a great place to grab a good bite to eat for a reasonable price, that will keep you coming back, great restaurant Samir!


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