J Nichols Kitchen can be referred to like the cozy diner in Marina Del Rey with respectful, courteous, and knowledgeable staff. They are open early every day of the week for early risers. And, as popular as they are in the Marina, I have never waited for a table. J Nichols Kitchen offers comfort food that you may find appealing any day of the week.
The Allergy Stuff:
J Nichols Kitchen offers two menu’s throughout the day and a brunch menu on weekends with ample gluten-free options. The staff is very knowledgeable about allergy needs and preferences.
The sandwiches can be served on Udi’s Gluten-Free bread. And, my longtime favorite sandwich is the grilled cheese and tomato basil soup. I order the sandwich without avocado and I add bacon slices. At $14, it’s a hot find in the Marina for a gluten-free vegetarian meal that will leave you satisfied.
I’m not a celebrity fan of chicken. But, J Nichols Kitchen offers a Brick Boneless Half Chicken with onions and mojo sauce that is juicy, citrusy, and paired with black beans will kick your protein numbers in high gear.
If you’re in the Marina Del Rey area, consider J Nichols Kitchen for your next gluten-free meal.
J Nichols Kitchen
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