Israeli Food Sherman Oaks

Toast Café Serves Rare Green Shakshuka in Sherman Oaks

In Israel, shahshuka vies for the title of the country’s most popular breakfast dish. The classic red version features tomato sauce graced with cracked eggs, seasoned with herbs and spices, baked and served with bread or pita for dipping. In Sherman Oaks, Tel Aviv native Yael Tal serves red shakshuka at Toast Café, but she also […]

In Israel, shahshuka vies for the title of the country’s most popular breakfast dish. The classic red version features tomato sauce graced with cracked eggs, seasoned with herbs and spices, baked and served with bread or pita for dipping. In Sherman Oaks, Tel Aviv native Yael Tal serves red shakshuka at Toast Café, but she also features rarely seen green shakshuka.

Toast Café debuted in 2011, received a design refresh in 2016 and now features a glass front, six tables with coffee beans displayed under glass and a patio with wood-panel fence. The menu focuses on Israeli comfort food for breakfast and lunch.

For creamy green shakshuka ($14), a stainless steel skillet hosts a vivid slurry of sautéed onion, spinach, cilantro, pesto, green onion and cream, all blanketing two eggs. Each order comes with toasted pita, which is great for scooping up sauce and bright yellow yolks that escape in a rush when pierced.

15001 Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks, 818-461-9020

More Stories
Eat & Drink

7 Ways to Show Your V-day Love, Plus New Eats & Drinks Around Town

A curated selection of sweets—culled from some of the Valley’s most talented bakers and artisans—to present to your loved ones this Valentine’s Day

Join the Valley Community

Receive the latest stories, event invitations, local deals and other curated content from Ventura Blvd.