Thursday, June 2, 2011

A-Frame is A-OK

Last week I had the chance to finally visit the new A-Frame in Culver City. Created by Roy Choi, the man behind the Kogi Truck, A-Frame packs a Korean and Hawaiian punch with a side of comfort. Community tables, easy to share plates, and plastic dinnerware make this my new favorite homey spot. It doesn't hurt that they have great inventive dishes that keep your taste buds happy and surprised either. Good food, unpretentious, coo,l and open until 12am are all reasons enough to check out this refreshingly unique spot. I'll definitely be back to try their cracklin beer can chicken.

Furikake Kettle Corn = popcorn, corn pops, dried seaweed, sesame seeds, drizzled butter. Could have eaten 3 bowls of this.

Swordfish Brochette on tzatziki. Wasn't sure how I felt about seared swordfish beforehand, still not sure.

Their take on the "clam chowder". Similar to a green curry but one of the best damn chowders I've ever had.

Spicy Asian Baby Back Ribs with hoisin-chili glaze. Delicoius but spicy. Very spicy

A- Frame
12565 Washington Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90066
(310) 398-7700
Spoondelicious Rating: 7.5 out of 10 spoons

1 comment:

  1. I've been wanting to try A-Frame since forever! Thank you for the review - I'll be getting the kettle corn and chowder for sure when I visit!



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