From Urban to Urbun

One of Mahaneh Yehuda’s newest eateries undergoes a menu makeover

September 18, 2017 19:27

Among the buns offered: The blueberry cheesecake with blueberry espresso sauce and the peanut butter cup with warm peanut butter sauce and bittersweet chocolate chips.. (photo credit: JOSH ADMON)


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Josh Admon, owner of the new-to-the-shuk Urban Cafe, always knew that he wanted to be a chef.

The 37-year-old grew up in Los Angeles, and from a very young age, always loved cooking and serving people. Admon’s aunt owns a bakery and a restaurant, so it runs in his family. He continued cooking as a hobby, but eventually gave up on the idea of being a chef and went to college. Admon began washing dishes to earn money as a student, which eventually led to him cooking again.


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