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Farms Cheviot

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10433 National Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90034
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(310) 836-5317
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I have lived down the street from Cheviot for quite some time and have always been a fan. The ownershp changed hands about a year or so ago, but evrything else remains the same. A...

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Best Sandwhiches 10/11/2007

milf_cookies Provided by Partner
I have lived down the street from Cheviot for quite some time and have always been a fan. The ownershp changed hands about a year or so ago, but evrything else remains the same. A small, family owned store, Cheviot Farms part market, part sandwhich shop, part bakery. They make the most delicious sandwhiches, using fresh ingredients and quality Boarshead meat. Ive tried a lot of different sandwhiches and have yet to find one I didnt enjoy, although I am partial to the BBQ chicken sandwhich. The servers are always friendly and happy to fill any special request (no onions, extra cheese, different bread.) The soups are good but not great, but can be an excellent compliment to a hearty sandwhich. Cheviot also has a good selection of unique beverages from your normal sodas to an assortment of different cold teas, smoothies and other intresting choices. I usually get a sandwhich every saturday and enjoy it while i watch some football. Calling ahead is helpful but not neccesary, as the store is fun to poke around in while your sandwhich is being made. In an area with many delicious dining options, Cheviot Farms is one worth giving a shot. Pros: Great sandwhiches, friendly staff, unique items Cons: parking can occasionally be tough more

Great hole-in-the-wall grocier with an interesting selection of unique items 3/11/2007

rudeiota Provided by Partner
What it is like:
The feel is immediately 'mom and pop' as you walk in. The store is small and the selection equally so...

The goods:
Despite its small stature, many of the items that are on the shelves are unique or at least unusual. They have many of the basics, - including name brand stuff - but have some interesting items that you might not see at the big stores such as mango-chutney and often unencountered brands.

The prices:
I always expect to be gouged at small stores when it comes to groceries, but I was pleasantly surprised here. Tomatoes were $1.59/lb and reasonably ripe, for example. Compare that to Vons or Ralphs who sells the same, under-ripe tomatoes for $3.99/lb. As you can see, shopping here could be advantageous for certain items. Other items, such as drinks in the cooler, mayonnaise etc.. were on par with what I'd expect to pay at a big grocer.

Deli products:
They have Boar's Head deli products, including meats, cheeses, honey mustard etc... Boar's Head is very good, but often a little pricier than your in-house deli brands. The prices for these products are equal to or even less than that of other competing markets (Ralph's carries Boar's Head for overall slightly more and Gelson's for quite a bit more...). They have fresh-baked baguettes, the usual veggies, BH deli meat and a variety of condiments - which makes this a great sandwich stop.

Prepared Food:
They offer sandwiches (I hear they are good, which makes sense since the ingredient they carry are good), smoothies and more. I have yet to try any of these though.

Payment:
They accept credit, but only for purchases over $5. Pros: Unusual items, overall decent prices with many items priced 'well' to 'very well', quality items such as Boar's Head, local business Cons: Closed on Sundays, $5 minimum for credit cards and a varied - but small - selection more
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