Culver City Times Restaurant Guide: Lukshon

Lukshon

3239 Helms


Kind of Food: Asian-infused small-plate

Ambiance: Four seating areas with very different vibes: small, low-lit dining room; bar with view of bottles; bar with view of very bustling kitchen (very entertaining); island-bar in the middle of the room

Music: Pleasant, low, burbling ambient 

Self-description: 

"Lukshon is the creation of one of L.A.’s most celebrated chefs, Sang Yoon. It is exquisite and modern takes on authentic South-East Asian Cuisine and its wonderfully diverse ingredients. It is our spicy chicken pops or our Bhutanese red rice with house cured lamb belly. It is the two-day braised short rib or Hawaiian Butterfish.

"Lukshon is a drink and a bowl of noodles at the bar, an intimate dinner under the calm of an LA evening on the patio, a celebration in the elegant and comfortable booths, a night shared with friends and strangers at the communal table, the theatre of a completely open kitchen, the rattle and hum of the service, the teak walls with hand-crafted flower inlays; it is the fusion of style and function."

Menu:

Lunch Menu

Dinner Menu

News:

Lukshon Lands on Zagat's Top 5 List of Culver City Restaurants (CCT, 01.10.12)

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