This place is famous for their jams by Jessica Koslow. Their organic fruits and herbs come from farms no more than 350 miles from their Los Angeles kitchen. Since their breakfast was carb heavy in the form of rice bowls or thick Brioche tartine, we decided to try this place for lunch. The café was located in the not so great neighborhood of Sliver Lake and it was very small. There was a long line formed at the door at around 11:30 A.M. Their ordering system reminded me of the Huckleberry. You order first, then you go find a seat. We were interested in their lobster special, but by the time we got to the counter to order, it was sold out. We settled on a Tomato & Coriander Jam, Beecher’s Cheddar, Kale sandwich. the bread was an odd shape, but very tasty. The rest of the sandwich was fine, but not satisfying. It had a little cheddar with kale and a tasty tomato and coriander jam. The highlight of our lunch was the Blistered Blue Lake bean, Sumac, Scallion, Salted Yogurt. It was very good, the cool yogurt was a nice compliment to the smoky beans. The biggest letdown and the blandest food of the year was the Beef and Eggplant Stew over Rice. We were shocked that they didn’t even season the meat with salt, never mind any other seasoning. The whole point of stew is the seasoning. When someone inquired about how everything was, I told them about the problem. she brought us the salt and pepper shaker. I basically ate a couple pieces of beef by dipping it in the yogurt sauce that came with the beans. Overall, an Ok experience and will not likely return.