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Are you hungry in Los Angeles? Welcome to Jose Bernstein's, where you can find great Sandwiches food available for delivery or takeout. Check out our online menu and place an order from our site. Don't want to order now? Visit us at 935 Broxton Ave. What's on the menu? Burritos, Breakfast and lunch sandwiches, Burgers and Tacos, Mexican Entrees, Desserts and more. Vegetarian? What would a good L.A. eatery be without some meat-free options? Try out Veggie Bowls, Tostadas, Veggie Burger, Nachos, and sandwiches. You won't be disappointed. Stop in to Jose Bernstein's. Simple, fast, easy, and deeeeeeeee-licious!
Hours

Regular Hours

Payment method
all major credit cards, amex, discover
Price Range
$$
Neighborhoods
Westwood, West Los Angeles, Westwood Village
AKA

Jose Bernstein Restaurant

Categories
Mexican Restaurants, Latin American Restaurants, American Restaurants, Caterers, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Street

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Cuisines: Caterers, American, Mexican, Latin American

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juju13es

04/23/2007

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
bulgogi burrito

If there's something missing in Westwood, it had to be the lack of fine, authentic Mexican food. But I guess Jose Bernstein is the closest one can get to it. I tried their bulgogi burrito, though I thought it was a rather peculiar concept (korean bbq meat in a burrito), but it was very tasty and flavorful. Also, they have free delivery for those living in the Westwood area, which is extremely convenient snice parking is pretty m uch horrible.

ltriplett

12/09/2005

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No Way Jose'!!

I popped in after visiting Diddy Riese cookies, across the street, to check out the menu. The menu was offering, but it doesn't say that they are using chicken thigh meat in your tostada salad, or that they use salad from a bag in there as well not to mention the canned beans. They charge you extra for chips if your food doesn't come with them and they accept credit cards, but they charge for the service. Come on, we are three weeks away from 2006, everyone is using some form of plastic.

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