Doma Kitchen is a multicultural exchange that sits in a nondescript shopping plaza in Marina del Rey. Enjoy weekend brunch served until 4 pm with Eastern European flair. We found an outdoor spot right outside the entrance.
Start with the Crunchy Bavarian Garlic Bread, a dark seeded bread stacked like Jenga that comes with a garlic, yogurt, and horseradish dip. Next, share the ricotta pancakes dipped in chocolate.
Leave room for the Brighton Beach Benedict, a hearty breakfast sandwich with chicken sausage, egg omelet, bacon, smoked gouda, arugula, tomato, garlic aioli on a perfect brioche bun, and fuel your morning with poached eggs and smoked salmon over latkes.
A French press for two is $7 and their iced coffee in a large mason jar is sinfully perfect-o. Explore options like the Doma Lamb Burger, Smoked Salmon Tartine, Hot “Borsch” Beets and Cabbage Soup (Ukrainian style soup), and Siberian house-made stuffed dumplings in soup.
For the health conscious, make your own bowl with Eastern European slow braised buckwheat with various protein options.
4325 Glencoe Ave #8
Marina del Rey, CA 90292