From the website:
"Doma Kitchen offers a globally inspired cuisine with an emphasis on European and Central Asian techniques. Owners Angie Corrente and Stan Mayzalis with Chef Kristina Miksyte have taken inspiration from their world travels and created a menu that reflects the exciting cuisine found throughout the globe.
All dishes are prepared from scratch and are seasoned to perfection with housemade spices, placing the highest importance on farmer’s market fresh, seasonal and quality ingredients. With their design background, Angie and Stan have created an environment unlike any other in the South Bay."
"The small Redondo Beach restaurant, by owners Angie Corrente and Stan Mayzalis and chef Kristina Miksyte, has found new digs in Manhattan Village. There they are serving traditional Turkish coffee; Uzbek plov in a pot with turmeric-scented rice, chicken and vegetables; and potato or chicken dumplings in a dill broth called pelmeni. But if you stop in on a Saturday and want a traditional brunch, you can order waffles topped with Nutella and strawberries."
Jenn Harris, Los Angeles Times
From the Daily Breeze:
"Service is fast, and the banter is even faster. This is an admirably old school joint, that’s translated just fine into a new school world.
The breakfast dishes — all of which are too big for someone intending to hit the beach in a Speedo — are divided into “Award-Winning Omelettes,” “Traditional Beach Breakfasts,” “Manhattan Breakfast Specialties,” “Pancakes & Waffles,” “Eggs Benedict,” “Cereal & Fruit” — and the “Mexican Corner,” home of the huevos rancheros, the Southwestern breakfast burrito, and the gordito burrito (“bring your appetite,” says the menu).
Tempting as the huevos were, I had my heart set on the hash — I’ve long been a great fan of breakfast hash, a dish I didn’t discover till I left the safety of my parents’ house, and found that food could actually have flavor, as well as keeping you alive.