Auntie Em’s Kitchen, Eagle Rock

by Veronica An

Nov 27, 2015

Auntie Em’s Kitchen, Los Angeles, California © Parker Knight | Flickr


Looking for rustic home cooking near Los Angeles? Look no further than the bright red Auntie Em’s Kitchen in Eagle Rock. This adorable neighborhood fixture has plenty of home-cooked options to tickle your fancy.


Think of it as comfort food with a California twist. The menu changes seasonally but you’ll always find favorites like freshly made quiches and avocado toast. Their fall avocado toast is a flavorful combination of an over-easy egg, hand-made sweet potato hummus, sliced avocado, onion sprouts, pumpkin seeds and za’atar.


For lunch, try the Indian spiced chickpea sandwich — a hearty vegetarian option. This sandwich combines black beans, chickpeas, carrots, red onions, celery, sun-dried tomatoes and spicy curry dressing with balsamic dressing, cucumber and baby greens on whole-grain bread.


Don’t pass up the freshly baked dessert or outdoor patio seating. The bakery has a tempting selection of cupcakes, cookies, cakes and seasonal desserts. Try the coconut cupcake topped with coconut frosting for a tropical treat.


Have some cream soda or a kombucha on the side and consider your meal complete. Auntie Em’s is the perfect stop on your trip. If only they were open for dinner!


Auntie Em’s Kitchen

4616 N Eagle Rock Blvd.

Los Angles, Calif. 90041

323 255 0800



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