There’s probably no place in L.A. that brews coffee the way it’s done at Doma Kitchen, the Eastern European-influenced restaurant that opened in Redondo Beach in 2013 before relocating to Manhattan Beach last year. Owners Angelika Corrente and Stanislav Mayzalis make their “cezve coffee” with freshly roasted beans from Oakland’s Red Bay Roasters.
They’re in the median for Manhattan Beach while offering something well outside the average – a mix of cuisines that is unmatched in greater LA. The crowds that go to downtown looking for exotic upscale dining should consider a trip to the Manhattan Mall and an interesting restaurant that continues to evolve…
The small Redondo Beach restaurant, by owners Angie Corrente and Stan Mayzalis and chef Kristina Miksyte, has found new digs in Manhattan Village. There they are serving traditional Turkish coffee; Uzbek plov in a pot with turmeric-scented rice, chicken and vegetables; and potato or chicken dumplings in a dill broth called pelmeni.
Owners Angie Corrente and Stan Mayzalis, along with Chef Kristina Miksyte, are excited to bring their traditional cuisine and new dishes to a brand new space and neighborhood…
This is a restaurant to approach with much affection for the cooks working in the open kitchen, and the cheerful serving staff, who just couldn’t be any more concerned about how everything is…
This little bungalow is one of the most interesting multiethnic operations in the history of the South Bay, and its salads are typical of an eclectic approach…
Traveling the globe as a denim designer, Angelika Corrente would come across cool, trendy cafes everywhere she went. Always stopping in these cafes when abroad, she realized they didnt’ exist in the South Bay…
Doma Kitchen features Ukrainian borscht and Uzbek plov, but don’t expect babushka-clad cooks. Husband-and-wife owners Stan Mayzalis and Angelika Corriente…
Doma Kitchen was worth the wait. Their menu of Central Asian specialties along with sandwiches and crepes has been an unlikely hit, and customers enjoy dining on house-made pastries, sandwiches, salads…
How many times have you stepped on the grounds of a restaurant and really felt like you were home? If you found such a place you knew you would not only spend a lot of time there but bring friends as well…